Pumpkin carvers got a little wet in Key Largo during an underwater carving contest. Contestants carved jack-o-lanterns and other ghoulish creations during the event held at the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Ken and Linda Smith of Sebring, took top honours for their scary pumpkin entry complete with two fangs.
"The pumpkins want to float so that makes it difficult", said Smith, a retired electrical engineer. "So you’re working against your own buoyancy and the pumpkin’s."
Most contestants dropped a weight inside their pumpkins to keep them on the bottom.
The contest was staged 30 feet below at French Reef, about five miles off Key Largo.
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