Happy Hallowe'en! I missed the annual zombie walk here, which has been my usual way to mark the occasion, so I've been busy photographing other subjects. I'll likely put one or two shots from previous zombie walks up at the Ottawa Daily Photo page on Facebook. This first one is a display in the window of a dry cleaner and tailor shop in the downtown core.
This costume can be found in a comic book shop downtown, as is also the case with the shot that follows it.
These two window displays are from a shop in the Glebe that specializes in greeting cards.
While this one, up the street in the Glebe, is the front window of a hardware store.
This jack o'lantern was outside a house across from the Museum of Nature.
I came across a large Hallowe'en display at City Hall on the weekend; note the large lion sculpture in the background outside that some of you may remember. This animatronic trio started cackling after I took my first shot; it must have been a motion detector. Either that or City Hall is haunted.
Actually, the Heritage Building, which is linked to this newer wing and is therefore part of City Hall... that is haunted.
These decorations were inside an art supply shop downtown.
These last two shots have more of an adults only take to them. This poster was at a club a short walk south of the art store.
And this is one of the storefront windows in Wicked Wanda's, a shop that specializes in fetish items and other adult novelties.