Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Halloween!

Painted Pumpkins
May the day put a big, silly smile on everyone's face. : D

14 comments:

  1. Happy Hallowe'en Susan! I was just thinking of Hallowe'en from my childhood persepective. Ir's not what it used to be but we all make our own traditions!!

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  2. This is just utterly delightful!

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  3. I had never seen painted pumpkins. I hope you'll have a fun day. The carving has not yet started here, but it will soon.

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  4. Susan, what a treat!..I have never seen anything like these painted pumpkins..how very talented..what happens to these?

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  5. so soo cute!! And I missed that out!!!

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  6. I love that shot! Hope you had a Happy Halloween, Susan!

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  7. How adorable are they--?? Were these for sale somewhere? :)

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  8. Happy Halloween! These are so cute! You know the big green-grey pumpkins with white flesh that we call ash pumpkin - in India, they are painted to appear ugly and frightening and hung on houses and buildings to ward off the evil eye.

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  9. Happy Halloween to you too, Susan!!

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  10. Halloween's been and gone, so belated wishes.
    I don't know if its a silly one, but you picture has put a huge smile on my face. :)

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  11. Hi, everyone! I trust everyone had a happy, even if they didn't do the trick-or-treat stomp. Thanks for your dear comments.

    Val - Sometimes I do believe we have children just so we can feel the thrill and joy of wonder through them. : )

    Valli - They are spray painted, then drawn with markers. I don't think they are pie pumpkins, so I hope they wind up peeled and hacked for compost after the holiday.

    Yes, Ricki. They were for sale. Every year the same farm stand puts on the same display.

    Sra - Never underestimate the power of the evil eye. When we move to a house, there will certainly be all kinds of ominous threats hanging in our doorway. ; )

    Aparna - : D

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