Monday, 31 October 2011

Welcoming pumpkins

I took this photo last year in New York and actually the owners of the house WERE very welcoming, they happened to come out and were delighted to find me photographing their pumpkins. They toured us through their other Halloween scary things and even turned on the outside lights to show them off better(although actually I had liked the creepy dark porch. I think it looks as if a ghost could be lurking there where the cobwebs are draped around the porch lamp)


  1. Hello Jenny:
    Beware all ye who enter here....!!!!

  2. Woohoo, awesome photo, telaarañas really seem that form a sort of ghost. Very good. Greetings.

  3. What a very fun entry way to decorate. I don't carve pumpkins anymore but love looking at what others have done.
    Happy Halloween

    cheers, parsnip

  4. On Halloween the people who decorate were usually welcoming in my experience. The scariest houses were the ones with barely any light and no decorations! ;)

  5. I carved a HUGE pumpkin in Canada some years ago - something I have never done in Scotland I am ashamed to say.

  6. Such a nice festival this is. No stress, just fun. And I love the carving idea, though I never get round to it.
    Love the shopping trolly turned seat in your next post. The thing to attach to the front of a bike :-)
    Pardon my quirk here but I just saw Mark Cavendish riding the new bike track in London [on the news], and this is on my mind

  7. How nice to get a tour of the homeowners' Halloween scary home.

    I agree, it is spookier when it is dark than when there is light. :)

  8. Great image Jenny! Plus it looks very scary...:)


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