Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Halloween decorations - downtown Ocala

17 comments:

Olivier said...

j'adore cette periode que j'ai decouvert a NYC, malheureusement cela ne marche pas en France. J'aime beaucoup la premiere ;o)

Steffe said...

I actually noticed that they were selling pumpkins at my local grocery store. Never seen that before.

Sharon said...

The top photo made me laugh! Just down the street from me, someone has hung a small (6"across) plastic pumpkin from a low hanging branch in their front yard. That's it, no light on it and no other decorations. Minimalist for sure!

Randy said...

They're everywhere!

Hilda said...

I'm still glad we don't have to decorate for Halloween — I wouldn't know where to find the time! Fun looking at what others have done, though.

Somehow, the tree in your first photo reminds me of Charlie Brown's scrawny little Christmas tree.

Halcyon said...

Ha! I thought the first one was someone who tried to make a smiley face on a tree from the thumbnails. Original decorations at least!

Small City Scenes said...

I just love that first picture. Too funny. A Charlie Brown Hallowe'en tree. Great!! MB

magiceye said...

loved the 1st pic!

cieldequimper said...

I really like both because they aren't over the top!

Yes of course you can come visit!

B SQUARED said...

The first pic reminds me of mixing metaphors.

brattcat said...

hahahaha, i like that first one.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

So clever B squared.

Jacob, don't you have one of those SPIRIT houses that are COVERED with decorations in Ocala? Let's all go on a hunt for one in our respective towns!!!

Cezar and Léia said...

I love these decorations!Halloween time in everywhere!So beautiful!
Léia

EG Wow said...

Hehehe! Love how understated these decorations are. :)

Daryl said...

the pumpkin tree is a hoot

tapirgal said...

B Squared has it: Pumpkins on a Christmas tree.

JM said...

Both pine(?) tree and porch look lovely. And yes, Christmas tree also crossed my mind! :-)

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