Picking pumpkins, changing faces: Snapshots of the year’s spookiest holiday on Bainbridge Island | Photo gallery

And so another Halloween has come and gone, and the dreadful/exhilarating run to New Year’s Eve begun again.

But before you trade skeletons for stockings and replace your mask with a Santa hat, take a moment and bid All Hallow’s Eve adieu with all the color and creativity it deserves.

From picking pumpkins at Suyematsu Farm to to the costume cavalcade on Winslow Way last night, Review photographer Luciano Marano was out and about with his camera to capture the moments — spooky and scenic alike.

His favorite shots are collected here.

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