A photographic look at life in Jackson, Mississippi and the surrounding area
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I'm a little embarrassed to say that we didn't even carve a pumpkin this year! Better luck next year I guess!
Great shot...Hard to believe Halloween is over already and we are moving full steam ahead for Turkey day!
Neat pumpkin and reflection! I didn't even buy any candy corn this year to celebrate Halloween!
Come to our house for more candy! This shot is a great reflection on a great holiday. Our pumpkin is in the compost pile getting turned into dirt by worms, beetles, and organisms!
Luckily I but EXTRA candy to get me through my candy fix this week. Ha
A reflection on granite is quite unusual. I like the contrast of the grayish background with the bright color of the pumpkin.
This is so cute ! I hope you had a great hollyday.
Love you pumpkin and its reflection in the granite. I am also happy someone let us hang onto the festiveness of Halloween just s wee bit longer. The orange reflecting in the black and gray is so interesting to the eye.
I know, the candy just isn't here now that my kids have grown up. No candy bags to raid or plead for. Great idea for weekend reflection.
Love your Jack-o-lantern and his reflection! Candy will make you fat and rot your teeth (at least that's what I tell myself when I pack it up and send it away!)
A very cool and creative photo, Hal!
Nice one! Trick or Treat! Happy Sunday!
Well, soon there will be Christmas candies! :)
So creative composition! It's beautiful!I also miss all those candies, but now, time to come back to my diet! :)Hugs and bon dimanche!Léia
Jack is very spooky looking. Love the reflection. MB
Halloween is not a big feast here at all. Thing is I bought a pumpkin today to use it for cooking but i have no idea how. Any ideas?
Halloween is a "new thing" over here:)Nice, including the warm reflection.
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