Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween

12 comments:

PJ said...

Pumpkin person! This is my first. I wonder how they strung all the pumpykins together?

Small City Scenes said...

I love it. How clever.
I also like the sky over pumpkins on your sky watch post. Great photography. MB

RuneE said...

I'll go into hiding. Halloween is not a Norwegian custom, but commercial interests have tried to make it so. Some kids will do anything for a sweet, but most people do not see the point in importing such customs without any good reason, and profitability for some shops is not one of them.

However, that does not mean that I grudge you the celebration! Have a nice Halloween!

Tanya said...

That is too cute! Happy Halloween!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Cute post. I am glad punkin day is done. LOL

Photo Cache said...

Oh I love it. First time to see one done like that.

Boo to you too.

Gmj said...

Hee,Hee..Happy Halloooooween to u 2
:D

Craver Vii said...

Cute. Hey, it's also Reformation Day, so Happy Reformation Day! It has been almost 500 years since Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses on the door of a church in Wittenberg.

Rose said...

I like your Halloween greeter! he is a mighty handsome fellow.

Curly said...

It's amazing how much Halloween US style has caught on in the UK over the past four or five years. I wonder how many pumpkins the USA export to us each year now?

I have a small Halloween slide show to share.

Louise said...

Nearly 20 years ago I used to make "snowmen" out of pumpkins in the fall. Things have gotten much more complicated!

Chrisss said...

This is very unique. Great capture.

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