From festive . . . .
. . . to scary,
(Natural History museum, London)
Cynthia, very unusual pumpkin carvings. Happy Halloween to you as well!
I love it! I needed that first scary pumpkin for my post today. It would fit perfect! Happy Halloween!
That third 'thing' looks as though it's eaten something past its sell-by date! Great pics - it seems strange to me to say, "Happy Halloween" - but have a wonderful All Saints' Day!
Happy Halloween to you too, have a great evening.
Happy Halloween to you x
Happy Halloween! Those skeketons at the natural museum look impressive. Pumpkins looks scary and not so ordinary.
Enjoy your evening. Expect you've got a great outfit!
What great pictures. Watch out for ghosts and ghouls. Happy Halloween.
The skeletons from London are fantastic and unique. But the pumpkins are so made perfectly...
Glad that you enjoyed the day. What's with that flag in Wabasha - Black, Red and Yellow??Belgium or German???Busily with great intent studying the field for the "race that stops Australia" - ourunofficial National Day - the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday 4th.CheersAussie Col
Oh Gosh, we don't do Halloween down here, only a fewdo.
Dear Cynthia, Halloween was relatively quiet here in western Missouri. I think most of us were still recuperating from the World Series. The Kansas City Royals lost the series in the 7th game. It was a close game (3 to 2) but the Giants won. Still, we have wonderful memories of October and baseball. Peace.