Thursday, November 5, 2015

Pumpkin panache...



A bit after the event I know but I thought you might like to see the only three Halloween shots I took. The one above on the morning after Halloween made me smile, I hope you had a sense of humour Mr. Forrest you wear your pumpkin with beaucoup panache :) If you have a peek over at The World in Black and White you'll see another shot taken at Boo at the Zoo. Keeping tabs on a four and six year old in a crowd of thousands of witches, skeletons and other gruesome creatures in the 'monster mash disco' below didn't leave much time for clicking :) but I did enjoy looking at all your Halloween shots! Happy Thursday, take care and stay safe...




35 comments:

  1. These two are great, the pumpkin hat is a nice touch...

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  2. It's those violet blossoms that really catch my eye.

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  3. Hilarious! I wonder how they got the jack o'lantern up there!

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  4. The 1st pic is one of your very best!!

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  5. This is wonderful. Great composition with the statue just off-center of the lantern posts. The pumpkin on the head is too funny, but the whole thing looks like a set-piece with the two couples and the guy looking like he's wondering what the heck is going on here! Superbe!

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  6. Mr Forrest looks quite proud, Grace! I still have some pics from that night that I haven't posted yet either.

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  7. And it looks like a raucous night was enjoyed by all. :-)

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  8. Now that's funny!

    And... er... did that couple end up kissing?!!

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  9. That first one is funny, must have been difficult to get the pumpkin that high up!

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  10. Oh, such fun pics, Grace!! You do have fun and I have fun reading about it!!! Hope your week is going well!!

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  11. I know exactly what you mean about not acing time to click when watching littlies in a crowd or in my case at a children's park.

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  12. Both nice, but I love the first one! I'm sure it wasn't at easy task putting that pumpkin on the statue's head.

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  13. Haha, love the top one - though pumpkins and blossom takes some getting used to, for those of us in the other hemisphere!

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  14. That's quote the turnout. Looks like you had a great Halloween celebration.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  15. Hehehe not sure if this is a trick or a treat.... a treat for the person with the camera that's for sure!

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  16. What a great photo of Pumpkin Man, as he should be named.

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  17. This was certainly a popular event! Love the first pic :)

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  18. That top one is hilarious. I think I should ride around STL with a truck-full of pumpkins and a ladder, visiting all the statues in our parks.

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  19. I'd rather be seen with a pumpkin hat than with those green tartan shorts!

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  20. Yep, it made me smile! Taking care of two young'uns in a crowd can be quite a challenge. Kudos to you for being such a good sport!

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  21. Getting that pumpkin up there on his head had to be quite a task.

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  22. Mr Forresr looks quite proud, Grace :-)
    Halloween hasn´t really made it over here yet...

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  23. This is perfect! Very creative, and for me, I could look at these kinds of photos all year long!

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  24. The statue with the pumpkins brought a smile to my face, someone was brave to put those above Mr Forrest's head! A lot of people at the Zoo Halloween event!

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  25. Wow, what a great event!
    The decorated statue made me smile too :)

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  26. That top one is surreal Grace, it almost looks photo-shopped!

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  27. I love the statue with the pumpkins

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  28. So funny! LOL! Love the blooming Jacaranda Tree.

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  29. A pumpkin hat on a usually formal sculpture is bound to spring a smile or two. Creative.

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  30. Oh, how I love a sense of humor. Really enjoy seeing the pumpkin head! Thanks for the "Zoo Boo" link.

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