This past month has been really beautiful in Atlanta, so I have been walking my dog quite a bit. Of course, to keep me inspired I pick my favorite areas of Atlanta for the walking routes, and particularly enjoyed the Halloween decorations along the way. Here are a few ‘Halloween houses’ that caught my eye.
If you look closely at this picture, you will see so many interesting decorations. I particularly like the skeletal bride and groom on the door.
The white picket fence is looking spooky at this house!
I love the bat that is perched over the front door. I just noticed the witch flying into the utility pole!
It’s a bit hard to see in the picture, but that figure in the window is a pirate who will undoubtedly be watching the trick or treaters as they approach the door.
This property lent itself beautifully to ghostly creatures hanging from trees (it must have taken some effort to hang these guys!). When I saw them, the wind was blowing, and they truly looked like they were floating through the trees.
Another eerie apparition on the same property.
Spiders and spiderweb on mailboxes was a popular theme this year.
I thought this mailbox décor was clever.
Taken from a distance, as the house is set back quite far from the street. I doubt that there are many trick or treaters who venture onto this property, but it looks like the owners get into the Halloween spirit with an inflatable bat on the roof to the right, a spider to the left, and another spider crawling down the house in the middle.
I love the look of black spiders climbing up a white house.
I hope everyone has a safe and fun Halloween!
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