Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie

This week’s photo challenge is themed Eerie.  Whats eerie to you might not be for me.  Thats why horror movies differ to so many people.  We simply don’t get scared or feel those goosebumps.  Its all part of our beliefs and the way our imagination works.  To me, eerie is in the unknown: fog can create that; darkness can as well.  Hidden things can also.  Sometimes, its just something we link to something else that might or might not be the case.

This year at the Halloween party, some of the decor aimed to do a bit of the creepy eerie feeling.

Funky lighting can give that eerie feeling also

Funky lighting can give that eerie feeling also

Spider web covered walls with creepy photos

Spider web covered walls with creepy photos

Spider web covered giant mirror

Spider web covered giant mirror

Masks!

Masks!

Eerie is usually very much built by the right atmosphere. At least to me, that is what gives me that feeling 🙂

This is my response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie! To see more entries, visit HERE!

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie

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  2. There was a building sense of the “eerie” as I perused your photographs. The first was not-so-eerie, the second one WAS eerie, the third one was even MORE eerie, the fourth was, oh yeah REALLY eerie, and the last one made me almost jump out of my skin. Thanks!

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