A wonderful example of good portraiture, and so Halloween-themed to boot!
In this Oct. 12, 2011 photo, David Klein, a man who invented the Jelly Belly, poses for photos in Covina, Calif. Klein is the Willie Wonka of this small Los Angeles suburb, joyfully leading children and their parents past mounds of chewy, crunchy, sugary confections with names like Sandy Candy, Zombie Heart and Gummy Bacon. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
Kaitie Rule from Lowestoft wears a full "Smurfette" costume at the "MCM London Comic Con" convention at the ExCel centre in east London on October 29, 2011. Running over two days, the event will see thousands of comic, sci-fi and gaming enthusiasts coming together to buy, sell and celebrate everything from sporting heroes to Japanese "Steam Punk" characters. (AFP/Getty Images/Leon Neal)
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A police officer and player Oscar Rodas (R) of Colombia's Independiente Santa Fe, try to catch a dog that get in the field during the Copa Sudamericana football match between Santa Fe and Brazil's Botafogo, held at Nemesio Camacho "El Campin" stadium in Bogota, Colombia, on October 25, 2011.
Halloween masks are offered for sale at Fantasy Costumes on October 28, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. The store, which had long lines at the registers at 4 AM this morning, is open around the clock through Halloween to help keep up with customer demand. Retailers nationwide are expecting record sales for Halloween merchandise this year with shoppers spending close to $7 billion dollars to celebrate the holiday. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Ana Julia Torres kisses a dromedary that has problems with its vision at the Villa Lorena animal refuge in the city of Cali October 19, 2011. Torres is a teacher who for the last 18 years has been adopting and helping injured animals. She founded the Villa Lorena shelter for injured and mistreated animals, which cares for at least 700 animals, including some that have been injured by hunters. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga
Rescue workers carry a baby from a collapsed building in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van, October 25, 2011. A 14-day-old baby was rescued alive from the rubble of a collapsed building on Tuesday, 46 hours after an earthquake struck southeast Turkey, a Reuters Television journalist said.