My first haunted castle and stay in a haunted place. Do you see any ghosts in these windows? I didn’t meet any here. Dumfries, Scotland Monday Windows © 2017 Candace L Stauber Netdancer Design and Photography Advertisements
What is your favorite holiday? Need I say more? 🙂 I love the costumes, the children visiting my door, the Indian summers that sometimes give me warmth. I can decorate the house and not have to worry about taking the decorations down in below freezing weather and 3 feet of snow. Yes, this is…
My night out on the Parker Wine Walk reveals the “real” me and my new boyfriend and statues who desire to remain anonymous amongst the revelers. Yes, the town even puts costumes on the statues all around town. Fun was had by all. JNW’s Halloween Challenge-Costume
Run for your lives! Crazy purple creature dog on the loose – uncontrollable tongue – he’ll lick you to death. Halloween Challenge- Creature
Paris, Notre Dame, Look up. They watch, they guard the streets at night. The full moon lights the way for lovers Unaware of their escorts. watching, ever watching. JNW’s Halloween Challenge: Full moon © 2016 Candace L Stauber Photography
I do! Tom Riddle’s Tombstone And the inspiration for the some of the other characters of Harry Potter can be found in the same graveyard as well. Edinburgh, Scotland. and the place where she wrote the novel? You ask? JNW’S HALLOWEEN CHALLENGE :Graveyard © Candace L Stauber Photography
Day of the Dead (known as Día de los Muertos in Spanish) is celebrated in Mexico between October 31st and November 2nd. On this holiday, Mexicans remember and honor their deceased loved ones. This is a festive and colorful holiday celebrating the lives of those who have passed on. Mexicans visit cemeteries, decorate the graves…
Yes, I go a little crazy for Halloween. I don’t decorate at all for Christmas. This year’s decorations. Just wait until Halloween night when then fog machine goes on and the creepy music plays. Buwahhhhh ahhhhh
Welcome My Pretties, to my world. Just me and my little dog relaxing at home. JNW’s Halloween Challenge: cauldron, decorations
JNW’S HALLOWEEN CHALLENGE: Blood Now a much more spirited version of this challenge. The Stanley Hotel makes the best Bloody Mary with candied maple bacon on the side. Yommy! © 2016 Candace L Stauber Photography
Sentence – “to be taken to the castle hill in Edinburgh and their head stricken from their bodies” The monarchy had to maintain law and order in the most brutal and horrific way possible, and my ancestor, Archibald Campbell was one that met this sentence one night. Dragged from his home, to the square in front…
What better to represent Fall, than the farm, hay rides, pumpkin patches, horse rides among the changing trees. Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Houses and/or Barns
Anyone for cotton candy? People watched me take pictures of all the delicious treats in this candy store. Trust me – I sampled everything I could.
Keep your web up as long as you like. Halloween is coming Go Au Naturel You’re home is my home, Welcome! JNW’s Halloween Challenge:Spider Web
Here is my entry for Jennifer’s JNW’s Halloween Challenge with the topic of Broom.
Bobbing for Apples , not exactly, but I won’t turn down.
JNW’s Halloween Challenge | Night Notre Dame Paris, France April, 2016 © Candace L Stauber Photography
Outlander fans — I know you’re out there. I am a big fan of Diana Gabaldon and Outlander. I read her books 20 years ago, so when I visited Scotland I had to visit the cities and sights she mentioned in her books. I wanted to trace the tracks and times of Jaime and Claire,…
On one of my travels to Dumfries, Scotland, I decided to stay in a haunted castle. You know do the tourist thing, take the tour, do the Ouija board and listen to all the scary stories of the place. The tour really didn’t produce much that I could tell. I personally didn’t get anything on…
The Spirits of Melrose Abbey I am the family historian in my family, but little did I know at the time that I visited Melrose Abbey in the spring of 2009 that I had family ties to the place. I hadn’t gone that far in my research yet. The minute I set foot on the…