Saturday, 27 October 2012

Picture Perfect: SPOOKY


Run and hide, it's PICTURE PERFECT!!  This week our host is Gayle, who has chosen the theme of  'SPOOKY', as we're approaching both Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos.

I saw this rather handsome fellow at the Cheddar Gorge Caves, in Somerset, England. Handsome Harry 2

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  1. omg mitch it scares me a lot. lol
    ty for comin'

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    1. Hi Nico. He is pretty scary-looking, isn't he?

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  2. wow! he is spooky-great photo Mitch

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    1. Thanks Kathy. You wouldn't want to meet him on a dark night!! LOL.

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  3. WOW! He is very scary looking. Love the spin...
    http://cruizin57.multiply.com/journal/item/388/Picture-Perfect-SPOOKY

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    1. Hi Sue. The 'spin' is because the whole skull was rotating rapidly, rather than any effecting I did. I rather like it though....adds to the scariness!!

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  4. Spooky yes very much so.(as I sit and shiver)

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    1. Not so much spooky as just plain scary :-))

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  5. Wouldn't like to meet that any time let alone at night Mitch. Great find!
    I have been racking my brains what to come up with but no doubt I will find something. A photo of myself might do the trick. LOL

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    1. Hi Shayna. Pretty gruesome, isn't he? LOL.

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  6. A spinning skull?!?!? Spooky indeed :)
    Thank you for the visit.
    http://weepingofthevine.multiply.com/journal/item/30/Picture-Perfect-Spooky

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    1. I'm not too sure why they had it spinning in it's display-case, but it made for a much more interesting shot than if it had been fixed.

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  7. YUGG! That's freakish! I want him for my Halloween vignette. Nice one

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  8. Ah! Don't scare the kids away! LOL

    Thanks for dropping by.

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    1. I used to have a life-size plaster skull, I'd put little tea-light candles in the eye-sockets and answer the door to trick-or-treaters carrying it. Scared the kids really well !!! LOL.

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  9. oh yuk ... yes.... its certainly spooky

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    1. Hi Loretta. I think the addition of a spider in the empty eye-socket would make him even more handsome. LOL.

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  10. THAT is an awesome shot! Very spooky indeed!

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  11. Like one's head might feel after a hard night's drinking (something I no longer do).

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    1. LOL. Nice one Benni !! I actually remember feeling (and probably looking) like that after some nights out when I was younger. No longer though!!!

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  12. Not something I would want to meet on a dark dreary night!

    But --- that would make a great horse spook for my obstetrical course, bet Little Joe wouldn't go up and touch that.

    Rockin' Heart Ranch Picture Perfect:

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    1. Awww, don't go scaring my favourite horse like that!! LOL.

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  13. This reminds me of pirates of the Carribean!!

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    1. Hi Keith. I think I know the character you mean!!

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  14. really excellent shot, love it : )

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  15. Yikes! That's too scary!! LOL
    Thanks for visiting my entry :)

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  16. Faulous shot and spooky, indeed!!!!!

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    1. Hi Maggie!! Handsome chap, isn't he? LOL.

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  18. Yea... That's a bit creepy. Nice... ;)

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  19. WOOOOWWWW I'n wordless Mitch .

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