Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
What a great shot for Hallowe'en. Presumably, you don't too many 'trick or treaters' knocking at your door.
Happy Halloween, Vicki!
Happy Halloween! The first shot is awesome.
Have a good fright night Vicki. Hugs, Margie.
Hello VickiHappy Halloween~"trick or treat give me something good to eat!"I had to say it.BestTracy :)
bwahaha...smiles...happy halloween...growing up with a cemetery int he back yards and being surrounded by woods...we pretty well scared the life out of ourselves often...ha...nice pics...
No, Martin, we haven't had trick or treaters since my boys were small. Back then our group of mothers would drive the kids around to our different house and end up at one for a party. Since we live pretty far apart it took a long time. Nowadays, it seems that kids just go into town and visit the various merchants who have candy ready.Halloween when I was a kid (back in the Fifties and in a relatively safe suburb)was WONDERFUL! We ranged up and down several blocks, visiting house after house and often receiving excellent homemade treats. Therese -- that first shot was a lucky accident -- a combination of sun and shadow that I didn't see til it was on the computer.
Trick or treat! Only the brave or foolhardy would venture out once seeing that first photo.
Yikes! Good advice, Vicki!
I'm staying in! I actually rather wish I lived in a remote spot - I get a bit sick of the doorbell ringing!
YIKES : )
Oh, I love those scary things! Happy Halloween!
Oh my, that first shot is super creepy!! If that's what the woods around your house look like, I would definitely be staying inside. Happy Halloween!
I think I just saw Boo Radley behind my shrubs.....
Very cute Vicki. Happy Halloween!
What a fun post Vicki! Love those photos; really spooky!
Happy Halloween Vicki!
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