Monday, November 01, 2010

Visitors in the Night

the two promenade
dead outshining the living
for one lovely night



Erratic Thoughts said...

Wowie...These are so nice...Glad you enjoyed it :)
Promise, I got scared, really!

Karen said...

Very cute!

Mona said...

I love carved Pumpkin lamps! The haiku is great " Dead outshine the living", what a catch phrase!

Seré Prince Halverson said...

I agree with this haiku. Both eerie and heartwarming at the same time. And the photos reflect this duality as well. Spent yesterday traveling back from visiting my mom and felt like I'd missed Halloween until I stopped by here. Thanks!

SzélsőFa said...

my daughter begged me to buy a pumpkin this year again so that she can carve one for herself...
these photos are great ideas for next year :)

Anonymous said...

Erratic Thoughts, I like taking a camera along as the kids trick-or-treat.

Karen, thanks. :)

Mona, this pumpkin was a group design.

Sere, eerie and heartwarming...loved that! That captures the feeling really well. Glad to see you and share a little Halloween spirit!

Szelsofa, my younger daughter designed the eyes, my older daughter designed the nose, and when negotiations between them broke down, I did the mouth!

Bebo said...

Love the jack-o-lanterns!
I miss seeing the little tikes all dressed up. I've lived in apts too long, and no one here brings kids door-to-door. They all troop to the nearest church to enjoy the NOT Halloween/Samhain festivities. Sad really, but such is city life.

K.Lawson Gilbert said...

I really love jack-o-lanterns! captured these so wonderfully!

Anonymous said...

Bebo, not-Halloween is so sad. :(

Kaye, hopefully people don't think I'm weird carrying around a camera in the dark.