While I was out looking for autumn colors, I came upon lots of Halloween decorations of my neighbors. Since today is Halloween, I thought I would share some of them with you.
The funny epitaphs on these graveyard tombstones reminded me of the Pixelmania Tombstone I had made for me.
I got down on my stomach to give the orange skull popping up out of the ground a proper perspective. It was nice of the home owner to plant orange flowers in the background, wasn’t it?
The annual Halloween Window Painting had taken place earlier in the day. I thought this young artist did very well by adding a tattoo on the painted Mummy. You see, the window belongs to Tymeless Tattoo, a tattoo parlor in the Village of Baldwinsville.
Not all the decorations were attempting to be scary as the smiling scarecrow and pumpkin sitting on a bale of hay I found attests to.
Here’s to a safe Halloween to you all and may your evening to be full of treats and no tricks.
I feel like poor Halloween took a back seat to a storm again, just like last year, although my area was thankfully spared this time around. I do like the funny gravestones. Reminds me of standing in line outside the Haunted Mansion at Disney.
Glad Sandy sparred you this time. Halloween went off in my town without a hitch. Still, no where near the number of kids as when I was young.
Scott, a belated Happy Halloween! Isn’t it fun looking for Halloween pics like these to photograph and share? Never looks like this the rest of the year…
Same to you, Kathy! Halloween seems to get lost in the ever expanding sphere of Christmas commercialism and safety concerns. It is a fun holiday where people can let go without the pressure of the late year holidays.