(Almost!) Wordless Outdoor Wednesday

Autumn in North Carolina is a bit schizophrenic.  It IS. . . and it ISN’T.  Even the trees aren’t sure.

In our garden, the roses, impatiens, and salvia are still blooming.  But who would expect a rhododendron and an iris?DSC03101

Elsewhere, strange things are going down:

Eerie Acres

And coming up:DSC03167

There is the eerily pretty:DSC03161

And the pretty darned eerie:DSC03153

Cool spiders and specters:

Ghoul parties with victims:DSC03113

I’d ring this doorbell only for See’s or Godiva!

This house?  I’d require curb service.DSC03171

It’s raining, so there are raindrops on the photos.  And unfortunate accidents…DSC03157

It’s enough to make one scream. . .DSC03165

Free Clip Art Picture of a Halloween PumpkinToday’s post is linked to A Southern Daydreamer‘s blog for Outdoor Wednesday.  You can find other outdoor autumn scenes there.


13 thoughts on “(Almost!) Wordless Outdoor Wednesday

  1. I see what you mean :-). Your photos are all wonderful. Those porches and yards look wonderful in their Halloween decor. Have a great Outdoor Wednesday.

  2. Your neighborhood does Halloween with style! I’ve noticed less decorations here this season…maybe recession blues? It’s even going to effect the famous Halloween Parade in Greenwich Village….less sponsors.

    Nice Outdoor Wednesday post Mary Lee!

  3. I came here for Outdoor Wednesday and ended up reading several of your posts which made me laugh out loud. I could relate to a few of them – especially the bathroom comments. I love your writing style and will definitely be back for more!

    Now, as for your OW post, great shots. Love the indecisive maple tree. The Halloween decorations are very creative.

    Thank you for sharing them with us.

    ~ Tracy

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