Saturday, October 27, 2012

Scarecrows and Ghosties

  These scarecrows seemed to be everywhere we went on a recent walk through one of the state parks.  It was all decked out for the October holiday beloved by children of all ages.  I wish I had had my scary little 'monster' with me! 


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witches and scarecrows
roam village and countryside
scaring up a treat

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I think I'll get this outfit to wear when I work in the garden!

Looks just like my 'gardener'
Where is the bike lane?


Close up of the biker

These two are up to no good!



No Fishing Allowed



What tree roots do when no one is looking

This is my favorite scarecrow


Shared with AT HOME WITH BOOKS Saturday Snapshots and HAIKU HEIGHTS where the prompt for this week is 'witch.'








    

39 comments:

  1. Great scarecrows. People are so creative. Is that last one really a scarecrow? Here's Mine

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    1. The last 'scarecrow' is my hiking partner and mate. He hardly ever sits!!

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  2. These are great! I really liked "what tree roots are doing" . . .

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  3. I love the scarecrow pictures, how creative and fun specially the tree roots ~

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  4. Fabulous show of costumes! I love the tree roots all decked out....

    Thanks for sharing...and here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST

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  5. Spooky scarecrows. I especially like the tree roots.

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  6. Ah, we certainly go to town on Halloween nowadays. Nice one.

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  7. A nice imagery you have painted here with your haiku and pictures ... really I am in the mood for Halloween

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  8. great scarecrows! I love when people are so creative.

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  9. Interesting that your state park goes all out like this. Makes for a fun walk!

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  10. Wow ... I loved the scarecrows :-)

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  11. What great scarecrows, though there is something a bit spooky about them.

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  12. Those are fabulous! Your park has a great sense of humor.

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  13. They've gone to a lot of trouble. How fun.

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  14. Myślę, że wróble nie wystraszą się strachów na nie. Będą je podziwiać, bo są świetne. Pozdrawiam.
    I think that sparrows do not scare the ghosts to them. They admire them because they are great. Yours.

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  15. These are so much fun. Do they have an event for this? I love the root peepers. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. how fabulous is this! scarecrows everywhere, 'scaring up' the park....your comments had me smiling! thanx

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  17. Very fine haiku! My favorite picture is "What tree roots do when no one is looking" -- very creative.

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  18. that is just about the most adorable halloweenie thing I've ever seen! Thanks for sharing. I love your mate sitting and watching the water too!

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  19. Those are great! I love the tree roots! Our kids & cub scout group made a boy scout scarecrow for the town's competition this year and won the "biggest scarecrow" award. We still need to dismantle it. It's in the garage and is a bit creepy.

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  20. I don't know if this is fun, or a little creepy! Love the tree roots, though.

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  21. Awesome. I love the tree roots. I always knew they were up to some capers. A photograph of their activities is very rare!

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  22. How fun, I would have loved to take my kids around checking out those scarecrows :) Happy Halloween, Book Savvy Babe

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  23. "Scaring up a treat" -- that is one great haiku line. Very very good.

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  24. Bear With Me...Wonderful scarecrows♫

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  25. Wow, they are all so creative! We saw one in a yard last week that was "mooning" passing cars - a scarecrow facing away from the road with its pants slightly down and double pumpkins sticking out! lol

    Sue

    Book By Book

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  26. It would be so much fun to walk through the park looking for scarecrows - what a fun idea!

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  27. What creative people live near you! Love those scarecrows--and you fit right (write?) in with your wonderful haikus :-)

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  28. Ha ha ha! I am scared too. Great take on the prompt.

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  29. I adore those tree roots. Someone was really creative!

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  30. Scaring up a treat! That's such a yummy phrase :) All fun pictures :D I wonder if the scarecrow could see?

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  31. Scaring up a treat! That's such a yummy phrase :) All fun pictures :D I wonder if the scarecrow could see?

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