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Today I’m participating in the WordPress weekly photo challenge and this week’s theme is “eerie”. You can click on the photos below for a larger view.
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These rain clouds creeping and crawling over the hills of San Diego during a winter storm always look eerie.
The landscape in front of those hills was just as eerie looking as the clouds on that day – out of this world.
There’s something quite eerie about fog, don’t you think?
Especially when the fog is very thick and you can barely see a few feet away.
I love the eerie effect of a full moon creeping out from between the clouds. Can you hear the coyotes howl?
Those last two would be good settings for a Stephen King novel…
Yep, they’re a little creepy, spooky…
They all have their own atmosphere. I particularly like the last one!
Thank you, I like it a lot too!
It was a dark and stormy night….(the last one.) 🙂
Haha, that’s about right!
The last 2 definitely have that mood of spookiness. Great captures, Milka! 🙂
Thank you very much!
Great photos….definitely a creepy and ominous atmosphere.
Thank you, it was a fun photo theme!
All eerie-fog makes them so, but the moon shot is my favorite!
Low lighting and fog definitely create “eerieness.” I do love that full moon picture and actually found it uplifting after the earlier eerie pics….
Thank you! I love it when the moon tries so hard to shine through dark clouds.
Fantastic shots! 🙂
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