Monday, 31 October 2011

Hallowe'en Greetings

10 comments:

  1. these are some scary pumpkins ; )
    and i loved your last post ... my grndmother was born in 1911! she passed away in 1984 and already then the world seemed very comfussing for her...

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  2. Dear Demie - I suppose they are a bit frightening looking.
    I am pleased you liked the post about my mother and aunt. It is necessary to try and keep abreast of developments and hopefully it keeps the brain active.

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  3. Hello Jane and Lance - hope you do not have too many trick or treats in Budapest.

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  4. Hi, Rosemary - Your pumpkins remind me of the scary ones my father used to carve, and that's given me inspiration for next year's Halloween posting. Children don't trick or treat in my neighborhood (not because of me!), so I'll be spending the evening out. I hope you have a ... Happy Halloween!

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  5. A fabulous collection of pumpkins :-)

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  6. Hello Mark - I am pleased that you have been inspired for next year's Hallowe'en posting. I shall look forward to seeing what you do.

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  7. Thanks Nat - pumpkins are remarkably good for carving. My daughter-in-law is very creative with them, and makes wonderful elaborate ones.

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  8. wowww!!!
    wonderful pumpinks!!

    My photoblog: www.photographyforpassion.blogspot.com

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  9. Thanks Barbara - glad you like them

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