Friday, October 24, 2008

Not too Scary

This weeks Theme is Scary

Go to Tnchick.com to participate

This photo was taken back in 2006 near Vancouver in Ladner, BC

Dreams Come True

Do all pumpkin signs lead to a scary entrance?

OR something more like this?

snake eyes

I hope to visit a pumpkin farm again this weekend.. Will you?

Enjoy your weekend!

34 comments:

  1. Oh, scary entrance!!
    and I am glad the second one is cropped! Happy hunting and happy weekend, enjoy your pumpkin farm visit!

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  2. There's no pumpkin farm in sunny Singapore! I would love to visit one. show me the photos please!

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  3. Both of these are great photos! The second one did give me a bit of a chill. Have a nice weekend!

    Annie
    http://www.slowtrav.com/blog/annienc/

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  4. No pumpkin farm for me this weekend, just going climbing in Penticton. :D

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  5. I haven't seen a pumpkin farm around here but I really enjoyed your photo!

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  6. Snakes are a real scary objects for me. I even cringed when I visit the zoo and I know they are inside a cage and have no way of getting out.

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  7. Oh I love the pumpkin sign!!

    Have a great weekend.

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  8. Ooops...had my wrong Blogger ID on the last comment!

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  9. That's a beautiful pumpkin farm. I haven't been to a pumpkin farm in a long time but our state Farmer's Market looks like one this time of year, or rather like an enormous harvested pumpkin farm. Still it's more beautiful seeing them in the field like you have shot.

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  10. I love the pumpkin patch. I've never seen one in the flesh. THat is a beautiful snake too!

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  11. You were in my neck of the woods back in 06! Isn't it pretty around here with all that colour? I must admit I had to scroll really fast past the second photo in order to comment - phobia! yich!

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  12. Oh my stars! That thing is GREEN!

    No, won't be going to any pumpkin farms this weekend. Did carve a pumpkin but threw it out after after an shocking run of bad luck in our family that week - two car crashes, a badly spained ankle, a huge debt...

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  13. That pumpkin patch looks beautiful! And the green color of the snake is also really pretty. But ugh..... it's so big!!

    PS: I'm hosting a giveaway on my review site
    http://bonggafinds.blogspot.com

    ...so come and join!

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  14. Wish I could, but I don't think there is any pumpkin farm in the Oslo area. Very few of them in Norway you know.

    Btw: Sorry I haven’t been around for a while - fall is a busy season :-)

    Wishing you a great end to your week and a great and exciting photo hunt!

    RennyBA's Terella

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  15. Oo, I am glad I am no where near that snake! I went to the pumpkin farm yesterday. Have fun!

    Blur Mommy @Just My Rambling

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  16. Fabulous photos! REALly amazing colors!
    I am not afraid of snakes except here we have rattlers.. hate those!
    THANKS for your visit to Snap2days as well

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  17. The picture of that green snake is definitely giving me the goosebumps!!

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  18. both are pretty but the bottom is pretty scary too

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  19. I know not all snakes are poisonous but I still find them really scary -- much scarier than pumpkins!

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  20. That's a cute sign to the pumpkin farm. I love the bright colors of the pumpkins.

    I would rather not go near that green snake.

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  21. No pumpkins farms here in Adelaide. I always liked that time of year when I lived in America.

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  22. that snake is really scary one, nice pumpkin farm hope i can visit one someday.mine is up here hope you've got time.and one thing can you click on my sidebar for "followers"?thanks!

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  23. Scary entrance and I didn't look at the second photo. am real scared of snakes, real or in photo.

    Visiting a pumpkin farm sounds like real fun to me.

    http://teacherjulie.com/2008/10/25/scary/

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  24. These are great! That 2nd one-yup! snakes definitely are scary. Something about those unblinking eyes! Great photo choices for our scary theme.

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  25. Now snakes for me are really scary since I grew up in a country with very poisonous ones. Happy weekend Expat.

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  26. Well, the price of pumpkins is certainly scary enough.

    My PhotoHunt is here: http://aliceaudrey.wordpress.com/2008/10/25/survival/

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  27. I don't know if we'll make it to a pumpkin patch, ET, but we plan to buy a couple of pumpkins tomorrow before carving them with Nicholas on our annual pumpkin-carving day. We love the pumpkin seed for roasting the best! :)

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  28. I'm surely would avoid to pass over this snake.
    But, a "scary" pumkin, that's only fun.

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  29. So, was that snake in the pumpkin patch too? Scary!

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  30. that snake is really scary!

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  31. I hope both pictures weren't taken at the same place.

    I'll prob. stay away from pumpkin farms :D

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  32. Going to Lucerne Switzerland this weekend, wanna go? The only catch, football/soccer match on Sunday

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