It's that time of year again, a time of ghost stories and trick or treaters.
One night in the Glebe I took photos of a Hallowe'en display outside a home. They include your standard ghosts, jack o'lanterns... and Mickey and Minnie Mouse. I have featured this display before.
These are the Hallowe'en decorations at a restaurant patio at Lansdowne.
In Little Italy one day, I heard voices speaking before I turned a corner onto this side street. Inflatable decorations were set up. The voices were automated, coming from the two mechanized figures on the porch, who were both moving for good measure.
And these two shots are from the front window of a second hand shop in Centretown.
Happy Sunday and happy Halloween if you celebrate!ReplyDelete
Enjoy, if you dare...ReplyDelete
In my town I only saw one privatee house decorated for Halloween and that was probably an American family ! Otherwise you only find a little Halloween decoration in the shop windows, but each year a little more !ReplyDelete
We have seen some big Halloween displays, some people go all out decorating.
Enjoy your day, have a great new week!
Ottawa looks ready for Halloween, and of course there is no shortage of hobgoblins and spooky Tories up on the Hill.ReplyDelete
Gostei de ver estas preparações para o Halloween.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom Domingo.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
...Halloween sure has become a decorating opportunity.ReplyDelete
@Italiafinlandia: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Stefan: the night when walls between the worlds grow thin.
@Gattina: it's popular here.
@Eileen: some take it seriously.
@David: too many of those.
@Tom: it has indeed.
@Maywyn: thank you.
Wow! Can get scary on a dark night!ReplyDelete
Some nice scenes. Happy Halloween.ReplyDelete
Halloween is still quite small overhere, and actually I hope it stays that way.
It's a photo funtime.ReplyDelete
People are going all out with decorations!ReplyDelete
Spooky times in our neighbourhood too.ReplyDelete
I don't decorate for Halloween, but I remember how much fun it was to go trick or treating when I was a child.ReplyDelete
I hope this new week brings a lot of good things to you!
Some very creative people put a lot of effort into Halloween decorations.ReplyDelete
It's amazing how many people decorate for Halloween!!ReplyDelete
Not so spooky around here, maybe because students are really hunkered down right now getting their school work done.ReplyDelete
Fun Halloween post and great photos ~ ^_^ReplyDelete
Living in the moment,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Henry ran away ;-) Very cool stuff you have there.ReplyDelete
What fun! Thanks for sharing. :-)ReplyDelete
Nice series William. Enjoy your Halloween!ReplyDelete
Unas fiestas que se han extendido a otros países y que disfrutan niños y mayores.ReplyDelete
A scary bunch of photos! Happy Halloween!ReplyDelete
Lots of Halloween "spirits" up your way!ReplyDelete
Fun photos. TweetedReplyDelete
@Magiceye: no doubt!ReplyDelete
@Jan: thank you.
@Anvilcloud: it is.
@Marie: today here is suitably bleak.
@Lea: thank you.
@Happyone: it is.
@Revrunner: a lot of that here.ReplyDelete
@Carol: thank you.
@Iris: I thought so.
@DJan: you're welcome.
@Marleen: thank you.
@Bill: fitting for the day.
@Sharon: that there were.
Those are all great Halloween decorations! I also enjoyed peeking into the windows of the second hand shop. I like to browse in places like that as some nice vintage treasures can be waiting to be found.ReplyDelete
Fun to see these!ReplyDelete
Great fun and slightly scary too:)ReplyDelete
Halloween is just a fun holiday and seeing these just make me smile big -- even if it's a couple of days late!ReplyDelete
I love seeing people's decorations! That ghoul near the top is especially scary!ReplyDelete