Thursday, November 1, 2018

Spooky Desert Things...

Desert headstone?
Giant moon over Ryan Ranch
Truly one of the stranger rocks I've seen in Joshua Tree. The only editing was to darken the left "eye" a bit to make it look more like an eye. I think the "teeth" are very interesting!

Have you ever been hiking alone in the middle of nowhere and you can't shake that feeling that someone (or something) is watching you??
Minion






If you celebrate Halloween, I hope it was fun, scary, happy and safe!!!

Linking with Skywatch Friday.
Thanks for stopping by!!

54 comments:

  1. Wow! Spooooky! ~ Great photos of images in the desert stones! Hope you had a fun Halloween!

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  2. That 2nd photo of the moon is indeed spooky looking!

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  3. I love that skull-like rock, very distinctive.

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  4. You found some great faces in these shots. A little creepy, but I like it.

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  5. That second to last one is my favourite.

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  6. Fabulous shots--- I see faces everywhere. It drives Laura nutz. I love these!

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  7. Whoa!! Awesome shots, especially those with the moon. The desert is a gift that keeps giving!

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  8. Very interesting to find these spooky things in the desert. Well done!

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  9. Beautiful shots! I work in Yellowstone in the summer and I hike everywhere. I always assume that a bear is keeping an eye on me--I know I'm in their home.

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  10. Great work especially the blended moon picture

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  11. Great photos!! I love the giant moon, and the big pumpkinhead. I love them all.

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  12. Those rocks look like they're coming to life!

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  13. Really interesting, amazing photographs!

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  14. Great fun! It's good to see that someone or some thing keeps an eye on you during your explorations.

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  15. What amazing and cool shots and editing.

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  16. Awesome great Halloween theme, you certanly did find some odd things there

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  17. Indeed Halloween in the desert. Great finds and how quick we see a face in things.

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  18. You are being watched. lol (⚆ _ ⚆)

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  19. It should be renamed "Halloween park" Strange rocks ! I love such a wild landscape, you can let go your fantasy !

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  20. Wonderful collection of natural Halloween appearances.
    The second shot is my favorite today.

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  21. Hello, wonderful collection of rock formations. The rock with the eyes and teeth is cool. Love the last image. They are all great photos. Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!

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  22. How amazing! I'm always seeing what I call 'monsters' in the forest when I hike. Great photos...I'll be looking at them again and wishing I was there!

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  23. This post is just so cool! The photo of the moon over the ranch is just so awesome. My favorite.

    Angie @ Baer Ascent

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  24. It all looks very haunting with some unusual rock shapes.

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  25. I don't celebrate Halloween but your photos are great! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  26. Can't fool old Rocky, he's got you in his sights. :) Great imagination and creative photos, well done!

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  27. This is wonderful, from the fossilized ET to...?????

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  28. Great photos! Creepy faces in the rocks!

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  29. Amazing rock formations!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  30. Spooky hike. Yes, I know the feeling of being watched.

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  31. Partly a bit spooky, but GREAT photos!

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  32. A super compilation of photos to scare ghosts and goblins everywhere - well done!

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  33. So many scary faces watching you. Good imagination.

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  34. These are so wonderful! Who knew the desert had so many eyes!

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  35. Ooooh, I loved this spooky , scary, but beautiful collection. The second to the last reminds me of some villain in a children’s story, I can visualize the illustration, but can’t think which book. Like some giant scary toad. That one gave me more shivers than all the eyes...Fun post.

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  36. Wonderfully spooky! The second shot is my favorite.

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  37. Fun post, Pat! You are quite the photographer!

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  38. Really spooky, well captured.
    Greetings from Germany

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  39. Just right for the Halloween. Photo #2 is the best for me.

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