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Sunday, November 01, 2009

Halloween in my neighborhood

While some of the local bloggers decided to get together and do a Halloween photoshoot in the City, I elected to stay home instead and go to bed early so I could be in shape for my annual garage sale.

But when I woke up very early the following day, although the neighborhood was still completely fogged in, still asleep, I noticed that the spiders had been having a Halloween party of their own...

Can you see the little drops of water on the spider web below the no parking sign? (click to enlarge pictures)

Meanwhile, in the Castro ...

What did you all do for Halloween? Did you dress up and go out? Stay home and wait for the neighborhood kids? Or ... How many of you turned the lights off and pretended not to be home? ;)

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Blogger Otir said...

Fabulous pictures!

I documented our Halloween on the East Coast on my blog with a 2 min vid and a picture of a cat-o-lantern (I didn't carve it myself, it was a neighbor years ago, and I stumbled upon the pic that I could not even find in a digital format!)

8:40 AM  
Blogger AphotoAday said...

Oh, very cool -- real spiderwebs just in time for Halloween...
(((I was trying to shoot a couple spiderwebs yesterday morning myself)))

I think you'll have plenty of other opportunities to join us on Caliber photo-walks -- this first one was quite a success... Had fun meeting Brad and met a whole lot of other fine folks...

Hope you made some money at the garage sale... Seems to be a very popular thing to do these days...

Best regards, Don and Kitty

4:14 PM  
Blogger geneline said...

La photo de la vraie toile d'araignée est vraiment cocasse!

8:26 PM  
Blogger claude said...

J'ai les même à la maison ! Enfin, dans mon jardin !
Celles qui tissent sur mes haies font un travail fou.
L'année dernière j'avais montré une belle toile figée par la rosée gelée. Une jolie dentelle.

1:01 AM  
Blogger Patty said...

I set outside at the end of our drive way with a winter coat and hood, it was damp and chilly, had a pumpkin all lit up orange and spooky music playing while I passed Tootsie Roll Pops out to the kids. Then came in side and visited with our daughters and two grandchildren.

4:21 PM  
Blogger Patty said...

Thanks for your visits.

12:09 PM  
Blogger Patty said...

Thanks once again, for your visit. I see you haven't made a post in a while. Hope you're well.

8:12 AM  

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