Tag Archives: Street Decorations

Weekly Photo Challenge: Descent

By Vladimir Brezina

Happy Halloween!!


A seasonally-appropriate contribution to this week’s Photo Challenge, Descent.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie

By Vladimir Brezina

This week’s Photo Challenge is Eerie.

I hope all of you had a lovely Halloween…


It’s That Scary Time of Year Again…

By Vladimir Brezina

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… and the residents of our neighborhood don’t let you forget it!

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Last year’s Halloween photos are here, and the previous year’s here.

Portraits of Scariness

By Vladimir Brezina

Elsewhere, it might have been quite enough that this big scary thing was going to join the party.

But on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, people take their Halloween very seriously.

No mere hurricane was going to restrain their Halloween decorations!

Here are a few highlights:

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I think these portraits qualify, too, as an appropriate response to Ailsa’s travel-themed photo challenge this week, Spooky

Travel Theme: On Display

By Vladimir Brezina

This week, Ailsa’s Travel-Themed Photo Challenge is On Display.

And it’s that time of year again…

This was the display last year (more photos are here). This year’s display is already starting to go up. Watch this space in a couple of weeks!

Weekly Photo Challenge: Arranged

By Vladimir Brezina

This week’s Photo Challenge is Arranged: “… find something in your environment which was arranged by a human hand …”

Hmmm…. how about a human hand arranged?

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Halloween Is in the Air on the Upper East Side: A Photoessay

By Vladimir Brezina

The Upper East Side of Manhattan takes Halloween very seriously. Halloween is still some days away, but decaying bodies, chained skeletons, and giant black spiders have festooned the area for weeks. The block of 92nd Street between Madison and Park Avenues is particularly worth seeing… here are some photos from that block and a couple of adjacent ones.

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