Posted by Madhu on October 27, 2012 in General | 43 Comments
Some members of my family turn spooky at this time of year!!
For more thrills, check out Ailsa’s spooky post here 🙂
I love Halloween!
Me too 🙂
They all look cute and adorable!
Casper is my favourite of course 🙂
Happy Halloween to the whole family 😀
in my country we don’t take it that “seriously” ih ih ih ih
but I admit your kids looks fantastic
have a lot of fun (and sweeties)
Thank you! And we don’t either Claudine.
The building my daughter lives in has a lot of children and they organise a Halloween party every year that ends on their lawn with pizza and brownies for the participating children 🙂
Gotta love Halloween! 🙂
Spooky fun 🙂 Not traditionally observed in India though.
There’s a lot of beauty under there!
Thank you Gilly 🙂
looks like halloween is a fun time over there
Not really! This was at the Halloween themed party in my daughters building complex. Halloween isn’t all that popular in India yet. Particularly not where we live. No major store displays either.
All are spooky. I would not wear any pf the masks because… because… they just scare me. But the little one is adorable. 🙂
That is from 2010 when he was just about 4, and trying hard to be scary 🙂
We don’t do it so much here in France but they do sell halloween things in the shops etc…so I think it is getting bigger!!
I think they get it from TV and stuff. My daughters apartment complex has a tradition of celebrating all these fun themes 🙂
In Denmark the Halloween are a mighty growing business these years… 😉
Lovely spooky shots… 😉
Guess we are becoming one big global village 🙂
Great, start counting all the policians worldwide we so easily can live without… ‘hahaha’
We are getting a cabinet reshuffle tomorrow. As if that makes any difference 🙂
The political world and the real world are 2 parallel societies, without any larger interface – so it is in many places in Europe and maybe in Asia too – and the policians think we don’t know it… 🙂
That is what I find incredible.
They do take us for idiots. But we vote them back too for lack of a better option, so perhaps we really are 😦 I have decided not to vote, or at the least cast a null vote, next election. Unless a knight in shining armour comes along. Most knights thus far have turned out to be villains after all.
Wow, these are fantastic Halloween costumes. 😀
Yes they have been getting more creative every year 🙂
Love the little ghost most of all, Madhu!
Me too Kate 🙂 He is trying his hardest to look scary!
I restrict my spookiness to watching “Strictly Come Dancing does Halloween”, Madhu, but the youngsters certainly love it.
Spooky costumes indeed…. tey weill have a fun night on Halloween.
Wonderful costumes !
That gold skull mask is pretty neat.
Cute photos, Madhu. I was surprised to see Halloween in India too….but then when we were in Puerto Vallarta a couple of years ago, kids were out trick or treating there too, and that surprised me. It’s a plague 🙂
Great spooky costumes!
Have a wonderful Halloween Madhu – I think with such a fun family it would be hard not too.
These are quite the dressed up crowds. 😉
Yes, it’s time for Halloween!
This looks like fun… We don’t do it here…. Nice shots, Madhu!
Cool answers to the challenge!
Love it! Thanks for sharing.
Why am I not surprised? And they’re such wonderful renditions of ghoulish devilry Madhu – fabulous 🙂
Those are some great costumes!
A fun, spooky family.
Love it. Halloween is all about reinventing, being creative, just seting seriousness aside and having fun. You got them all here!
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