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Happy Halloween!


The Chosen One

We stopped at the annual pumpkin festival at Lombardi Ranch in Santa Clarita on Saturday. This was my favorite “found” image of the day.

I wish you all a happy day and at least a bit of whatever treat pleases you most!

PS – It’s hard to think of frivolous holiday-making when so many people have been impacted by hurricane Sandy’s devastation. My thoughts and prayers are with all those who were affected.

9 thoughts on “Happy Halloween!

  1. Yes, it is hard to be festive when so many are suffering. I share your thoughts and prayers for those who have been so impacted by the storm.

    Your image is wonderful, and I love the light!

  2. That’s okay, Halloween was originally a rather somber occasion, I think. Love the pumpkins, though! So fallish!

  3. Beautiful images! You captured the perfect light on the pumpkins!

  4. Yes, lovely, lovely light enhancing the golden orange of the pumpkins – it looks as if you are standing at the edge of an infinite pumpkin sea.

  5. how funny, this reminds me of the little yellow aliens with the ‘claw’ in Toy Story.

  6. What a wonderful photograph this is!
    I love the way the light is falling on all of those pumpkins.
    I hope you had a good Halloween!

  7. Beautiful capture. I love the light on that one pumpkin.
    I also want to say thank you for your very thoughtful comment on my post about my Grandma. I really pondered your words and you are so right about the generational aspect of her perception of creativity. Its amazing what a long way the thinking in this regard has come in just a couple of decades. Great for you for standing up and recognizing your creative spirit. I’m so happy you dropped by 🙂

  8. There is something about pumpkins… I never tire to take pictures of them. Yours is such a lovely capture!

  9. The lasting mental image of this year’s Halloween was the little girl from next door, a toddler really, dressed in a ladybug costume. She was so short and her candy bucket was so big that the bottom of the bucket bumped along on the sidewalk with every step she took. I heard later that she lasted about five houses before the novelty wore off.

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