Monday, October 21, 2013

Ghosts and Goblins!

Ghosta

Get Ready for Ghosts and Goblins!
The November 1 theme for City Daily Photo bloggers is "Heights."

21 comments:

  1. That looks spooky when blowing in the wind.

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  2. I'm ready. heading to Chicago to spend it with our granddaughter!

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  3. So ready! :) Can't wait for Halloween.

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  4. I hope this means that you are feeling better!

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  5. Folks can have fun with their directions, can't they? Then, other folks can join in the enjoyment.

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  6. Goodness that came around quickly Kate !

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  7. I've been collecting these seasonal shots for the past week. It's time to start posting them!

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  8. A simple decoration that does the job. They haven't gotten into decorations here in England like they do there...not yet :).

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  9. he looks like a fun and friendly ghost to me

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  10. A friendly ghost I think. The trick or treaters will be out in force!

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  11. At night I would not like be here :)
    I'm glad you're well again, Kate!

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  12. I wouldn't want to walk past this at night!

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  13. Be afraid...be very afraid!

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  14. This would look frightening, blowing in the dark of night.

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  15. Uh huh, it's coming the night of fright!

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  16. Here in Mammoth..because of weather and the fact that there are no street lights...there is only one neighborhood that does trick or treating...it's kind of nice...the Vons (we only have 1 grocery store) has a donation box for locals to contribute to the neighborhood's trick or treating! I have to admit that since store bought costumes have taken over...I've lost my enthusiasm for Halloween and rather enjoy not having to deal with it!!!

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  17. This is not as frightening as some I have seen. Boo!

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  18. I wish I had time to decorate for Halloween. Then again I don't have any trees in my front yard.

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  19. Great catch, a terrific image for the near Halloween. I'm sure you know, in Mexico those days have a different significance, something strange between sadness, memories and celebration, Day of the Dead!

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