Monday, October 30, 2017

Happy Halloween [Through My Lens Nr. 118]


Halloween is probably my favorite time of year. It's a time when we reflect, embrace the darkness and have one last glimpse into autumn before the leaves fall off completely. Then it's time to head into the winter season. I have spent the last two Halloween celebrations in the USA, last time in Boston, which was perfect. Decorations were everywhere and people dressed up as monsters, zombies and witches a common sight in the streets. How will you be celebrating Halloween (if you will celebrate at all)?

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27 comments:

  1. Happy Halloween :) Amazing pics.
    Greetings. Have a nice week ahead.

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    1. Thank you for joining in!

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    2. Oooh, spooky!! Love your Halloween post.

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  2. Happy Halloween! Nice photos :)

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    1. Thanks. We don't really celebrate it here in Bosnia, but it's nice to look back at Halloween last year in the States.

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  3. Looks really amazing - have a great time and lots of fun!

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  4. I loved Halloween in Canada, over here they a having partys too but I for me it doesn’t fit to the Island.

    Greetings over the ocean

    N☼va

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    1. I agree, It's much more fun to celebrate it in colder regions. We had a great time in Boston, whereas Halloween in Los Angeles 2015 in high heat wasn't really that spooky. :)

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  5. The fun has already started. Happy Halloween! Embrace the darkness....
    Thank you for hosting.

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    1. Wish you a great celebration.

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  6. BOOOO! I usually don´t care for Halloween as it is not our custum from the start. But I had something for you :)

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  7. I do not celebrate thedarkness of halloween or evil but thanks for hosting and have a good week ahead.

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    1. I don't think people celebrate evil :) That's a common misconception. Halloween originates from ancient Celtic harvest festivals, and is dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints, martyrs and all the faithful departed.

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  8. ...have a spooky evening!

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  9. ooooohhhh you scared me with those teeth. LOL... all those decorations are really nice.. have a spooky good time on Halloween night

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  10. Great photos - it is amazing how creative people are when it comes to decorations. Happy Halloween.

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  11. Hi Mersed ... those are some scary vampires there! I must admit to being surprised at how Halloween is such a big deal for adults now.... it used to be just for little kids to go trick-or-treating. But I am old enough to be your grandmother probably, so that was long ago! Thank you for hosting and sharing your travels .... Iceland looks like a great destination (from your earlier posts which I read but did not comment)

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  12. I enjoyed your group picture! And a fine All Hallows Eve to you and your family!

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  13. I love Halloween - it's like xmas without any pressure to keep anyone happy...

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  14. I would love to celebrate Halloween in the USA one year. I bet it is a great experience

    Mollyx

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  15. I've never celebrated Halloween. When I was a kid I had heard of it but not of anyone actually doing anything for it. It does seem to be a growing thing in Australia though.

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  16. I do love the creativity of those Halloween decorations. Those people in costumes look vaguely similar to some people my daughter had over for a party (yes it was a Halloween party).

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