Friday, October 29, 2010

Spooky/ Weekend Reflections

Reflection in window of abandoned factory, Elora, Ontario

For sure, ghosts and goblins will be active tomorrow night here in this old stone building. Don't get too close to that slightly open window!


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39 comments:

SouthernSass said...

Great capture, and it really is spooky looking! Have a great weekend!

B SQUARED said...

Now if it is a stormy night, perfect!

Kathy said...

Now that's a spooky window!

João de Sousa said...

An abandoned building hides a look at how many stories can retain ... a window, just a reflection.

Great one!

young-eclectic-encounters said...

Nice evocative photo- great job
Johnina :^A

Cezar and Léia said...

The tree silhouette reflected in that window is magnificent, amazing picture! I also loved the light!
Léia

Small City Scenes said...

OOOooOooooOOo!
That does looky spooky, EG. Good catch. MB

Lyndsey said...

That a perfect one for this weekend! Great find, and great photo!

Halcyon said...

I'm hoping to see some cuties at my place tomorrow. I'm going to buy some candy tonight.

Be careful with all those ghouls and goblins lurking about!

Jacob said...

Absolutely wonderful photograph...from the tree, to the shadows, to the reflection to the "slightly open window." Fantastic!!

Shirley said...

This is a great reflection of Halloween! Have a fun weekend!

cieldequimper said...

Quite the contrary, I think I'll stay as close to it as possible! Perfect decadent reflection.

Kim, USA said...

Yay! That is spooky!

Reflection

'Tsuki said...

Nice ambiant on this picture : Halloween is coming and you are so ready !

RuneE said...

Some excellent work behind this one!

PS Some commercial interests have tried to import Halloween, but with limited success.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

That is kind of scary.

Jack said...

Ah. Very nice.

Be quiet about that secret photographer. He likes his anonymity.

Becky and Gary said...

Oh I love this, and it is spooky for sure. Great choice EG!
Those Beavers will be at it building the dam again as soon as the water level falls. We got another 1" of rain last night, and now the water level is higher than ever.
B.

Limar said...

That's a great reflection! :)

jeannette said...

Love the earthy colors in your pic! Have a scary good weekend!

tinasphotoblog said...

What a scary photo you have here, I can almost feel the ghosts passing me......;)

Riet said...

That is a great reflection picture.

Sylvia K said...

Terrific, spooky reflections for the Halloween weekend! I love them! Hope you have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Sara Chapman said...

Ooooh, a great one. No pumpkins needed for this spooky shot. You are good!

Gabriela Abalo said...

great shot - so in tune with the season!
love it.

have a lovely weekend

joo said...

Wow, terrific photo!
Happy weekend to you:)

George said...

This is a great Halloween weekend reflection.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Well, that is just about the spookiest Halloween reflection I have seen. That slightly opened window just gave me a chill! Very effective shot and atmosphere.

Hilda said...

Absolutely perfect for this weekend! Happy Halloween! :)

Rebecca said...

yes, I can just see the lightening striking and reflecting in that window too. Very spooky then.

Farmchick said...

Nice shot and it really does evoke that haunted feeling.

Clytie said...

Oh yeah, definitely a haunted feeling to the place. Abandoned you say? If it was abandoned around here, none of that beautiful glass would be left!

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

A great composition - love it!

Leif Hagen said...

And witches and goblins, oh my!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Mine is not nearly as spooky as yours! Great reflection. Don't you just love this meme?

Dianne said...

bare branches are so dramatic!
so expressive
wonderful shot

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely reflection, nicely spooky for the season!

Woody said...

great subject! the old building and the reflection are great!

Ebie said...

Pretty scary and creepy. I hope this would scare the trick or treaters!

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