Tag Archives: Halloween

Monday, October 29th, 2018 This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Mondays group is “Trick or Treat.” From this week’s instructions (from Steve Crawford): In Samhain, Halloween, Day of the Dead, Hop-tu-Naa, Rummelpott, Fastelavn, Pão-por-Deus and other traditions dating back to antiquity children, often in costume or disguise, go from home to home seeking food, […]

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The Photographer Within’s Project 52 ~ A Year in Song has been an amazing journey to watch! Each week, our TPW members continue to inspire me with their artistry and creativity. Our lyrical prompt for Week 43 of The Photographer Within‘s P52 was from She Will Be Loved by Maroon 5 and the lyrics we had to shoot were: “Tap […]

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Halloween, FIL visit, annual ARD, Boy Scout campout, final floor plans and elevations… busy and (mostly) good week. Day 303 ~ Dog with an Attitude He’s so awkward sometimes, but I do love my Charlie. Day 304 ~ Mario Dominic really wanted to be Pikachu for Halloween but didn’t make up his mind until too […]

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I’m participating in a blog circle with other Clickin Moms for 2013. October’s challenge was Spookiness, which I thought was a terribly fun subject. As Halloween grew nearer and nearer, I sought out more vignettes that fit the theme. Death’s Duel at the Door This image I took at the A. Smith Gallery in Johnson City when […]

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  • Andrea Heffernan - Holly, these are fabulous! What effect did you use (or lens?) for the image of the cat? And I love those door clings! I’ll have to try something like that for Halloween next year.ReplyCancel

  • Cary - These are spooky for sure Holly, especially the last one, yikes!ReplyCancel

  • judy - I’m not sure which I would choose if I were pick a favorite! The first one is unexpected and makes you think. The second one….what is spookier than a black cat! and the third creeps me out 🙂 As always, awesome post!ReplyCancel

  • Holly - Thanks, ladies! Andrea, I used an effect in PS. Filter>Blur>Radial Blur>radius=10.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle B - Wow these are amazing Holly! Each one super creepy yet well captured. Niiice!ReplyCancel

  • Debbie - Holly these are awesome images and excellent examples of Spookiness!! I love the shadows on the doors….very unique! That ghost definitely creeps me out!! And the blur surrounding the black cat is amazing (thanks for sharing your steps)! Fantastic job as always!!ReplyCancel

  • Claire Lane - Oh wow Holly these are fantastic! I think I’d have to choose the cat as my favourite but I love them all! Great job this month!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa - No surprise you found such a unique “spooky” to shoot…what cool door clings! And great shot. The black cat is too cute to spook me 😉 But I love the shot. And the last one—I’d freak out if my neighbor had that in their yard! Great work Holly!ReplyCancel

  • Dawne - I just love these Holly! All of them are wonderful… but I love the cat image!ReplyCancel

Dominic came home sick from school on Friday but was feeling better Sunday afternoon, so I had the kids dress up in their Halloween costumes for a few photos. It’s a good thing to, since by Monday night, Dominic was much worse (he ended up going to the pediatrician Tuesday… he has croup caused by […]

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  • Satakieli - I love these photos! Looks like so much fun, and what great costumes!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - I am sorry he was sick, but glad you managed those shots beforehand, at least! And I am glad the rest of you were able to enjoy the evening. Wonderful images!!!!ReplyCancel

  • angela king - the poor babe! i hope he’s feeling better soon and able to TOT next year. 🙂

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  • Jessica - These are a wonderful documentary of your Halloween. I am so sorry you son was sick.ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca - Ahhh, poor guy. I’m glad you got pictures when you did. They’re adorable. And how sweet of his sister to get candy for him. I hope he gets feeling better soon!ReplyCancel

  • Susan - love it!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Sheehan - You did such an amazing job documenting your Halloween!! These are great shots and their personalities shine through 🙂 Love the one where D is looking up at her with his crooked look ….. totally cracked me up!ReplyCancel