Monday, October 27, 2008

Monochrome Monday #4: Special Halloween Edition


"Whistling Past the Graveyard"
Bethlehem, PA - November 2005 (Click to embiggen)


You've seen this little graveyard before in my very first Monochrome Monday post. But I saved this shot for today because it has the creepy feeling of the season. Did someone break into the cemetery through the breach in the fence? Or did something break out?
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12 comments:

Aileni said...

Great atmosphere - and it had to be out, surely.

Dragonstar said...

Yes, it's good. I agree - looks as if something's pushed the fence outwards. Creepy, but the light is lovely.

babooshka said...

Really is a very dramatic image, spooky to mesmerising. You can show this place anytime for me .

~Just Me~ said...

Oh I love this, so appropriate!

leslie said...

Oh yes! I wish I could go and wander around in there - but not on Halloween! bwahahahaha

Mimi Lenox said...

I think I see an orb. Yep. It's an orb. Definitely an orb.

S said...

Cool shot! I love old graveyards. Dead people are alot less scary than alive ones.

:P

Greyscale Territory said...

I so love wandering cemeteries! They are fascinating! This shot bristles with eerie, dramatic atmosphere! I think that leaning fence helps!

Daryl said...

spooooky ... ooooooooooooooh spirits


:-Daryl

Pagan Sphinx said...

Great choice for monochrome. I love the gate...it's almost squeeking open...aaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrgh! Run!
;-)

Liz said...

the reflection at the side makes it look especially eerie.

B. Roan said...

Spooky! Perfect for the season. BJ