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#1 Grandson doesn’t think our patio/entry is Ultimate Spooky. He’s right, but I really like the scarecrow we assembled together. He named him Charles.
…and here are a few of the Ghosts, and Ghoulies that I’ve seen from walks around the neighborhood this month.
Wishing you all a SPOOKTACULAR HALLOWEEN! ( she said in Count Dracula’s voice) 🧛♀️ 😜
Top image: Nikon D810| Nikkor 24-120mm f/4| Hoodman STEEL Digital Film| PS CC 2019
Bottom images: iPhone 7 Plus| PS CC 2019
more to come…
34 thoughts on “Wild Weds. 44/52 Halloween!”
Fun post! I love that skeleton popping out of the bushes!
Yay for festiveness! We got too busy and forgot to decorate. I’m sad because it’s one of my favorite holidays. There’s always next year. For this one, I enjoyed everyone else’s work and captures!
There’s the brightside! 😁
Love it! Great post!
Thank you so much Kendall!
Deborah I love your neighborhood! Halloween was always my favorite holiday. Thanks for these wonderful photos. I got a kick out of Charlie the scarecrow. Hugs!
Thank you so much Teagan! Charles will be staying through the Fall. He’s quite comfy in that chair with that view it seems. 😁
Oooo, love these photos!
Thank you so much Jennie! I’m so glad you enjoyed them.
You are welcome, Deborah!
I hope your grandson had an amazing Halloween. 🙂
Thank you Judy, he did! He was walked all over our neighborhood for over 2 hours Trick or Treating. He got home sorted his candy and promptly went to bed. Dreaming of Sugar Plum faires I hope and not the ghoulies we saw all over the place. 😁
There’s a lot of creativity in your neighborhood 😀
Wow! What a fun neighborhood!
Thanks for sharing images frm around the neighborhood. I like that you named the scarecrow.
Deborah, please tell your grandson that Charles gives me shivers 🙂
Such a fun neighborhood!
Wow some super cool decorations! Your scarecrow is pretty cool.
Thank you Lynn! This was his second of 3 scarecrows we made in a week. He’s really into them this year.
Wow very cool
I love your porch decor, Deborah! 🎃 And that second photo, wow! That neighbor made it look like the entrance to the Secret Garden at Halloween!
Happy Halloween! 👻
Thank you Camie! That neighbor has their whole front yard decked out with Halloween decor. Everyday we pass it on the way home from school and we stop to look at it, and we always find something new that we didn’t notice the day before.
It’s several blocks from home, but we’re planning to stop there to trick or treat. It’s high on #1’s list of stops. ❤🧛♂️
I like your scarecrow, Deborah. The other photos are excellent as well.
Thank you John! Some neighbors really do get into it. It makes it all the more fun!
Yes it does.
Nice photos and happy Halloween!
Thank you! Happy Halloween to you too!
Some people are so creative and put a lot of effort into their displays. I’m not one of them.
They do! My next door neighbor is one. Her whole front yard is a graveyard right now. I think she’s keeping her courtyard rather subdued this year. The older kids will be disappointed, but the little ones will be glad of it, as it was quite gruesome the last few years. 😁
I took a short walk last night and although I’m not a big fan of Hallowe’en, I was both surprised and disappointed that the vast majority of houses in our neighbour were dark. No wonder we get so few children.
Gilles has been away for the past few Hallowe’ens and I tried to warn him he was getting WAY too much candy. He planned for 150. We got maybe a dozen. That’s actually a lot compared to some years.
I’m sorry to hear that! We had a little more than last year He-Man said. He stayed home to pass out candy while I went out with #1 GS and Baby Girl. Our neighborhood and the one right next to ours have quite a few people who really get into it, and Ghoul it up, or decorate to the hilt. Think Grimwalds. 😁 I really should have taken my camera and tripod. There were some outstanding decorations this year.
The most decorated houses get the most visits. There were several houses that #1 waited in a queue to get to the door to say Trick or Treat! and there were many houses in between that were dark. We were out for over 2 hours and probably have 4 pounds of candy.
I’d say the thing here to bringing back the kids is the decorations. #1 was getting picky by the last hour. If the house wasn’t “decorated” he passed it up. They had to have more than a Jack-o-Lantern burning and the porch light on for him to go up and trick or treat.
What a contrast in neighbourhoods!!