Mill Ruins 2 – The monster monochrome edition

Some would argue that Halloween (and all of it’s other names) really isn’t a holiday.  When I was in the corporate world my philosophy was if I didn’t get a paid day off, then it wasn’t a holiday!  But as it is that haunting day in just a few more days I have decided to ham it up a bit with the posts for the next few days.  Each day up to and including Halloween I will be posting something/s that relate to the 31st along with either a movie clip or sound byte to go with the post.  This is as close to handing out candy as I’m going to get 🙂

When I converted the mill images (see prior post) to black and white I immediately thought of the old movie Frankenstein.

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17 Responses to Mill Ruins 2 – The monster monochrome edition

  1. Wonderful! I love it! But I’m much more familiar with “Young Frankenstein” than with the original . . .

  2. Ingrid says:

    Loved “Young Frankenstein”….humor interjected with all the scary stuff. No horror flicks for this gal!

  3. DeDivahDeals says:

    We stopped “celebrating” Halloween a few years ago, esp since the boys are older but I still love sitting in the dark eating candy and watching “Halloween” or “Friday The 13th” – but this year the marathon of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” on AntennaTV

  4. GoodLooknOut says:

    The pictures you took look good but sure are “Creepy” looking LOL.

  5. ChgoJohn says:

    These are perfect for Halloween, Teri. (Cue the wolf howl.) 🙂

  6. bulldog says:

    The photos convert well to B&W…

  7. CitraGran Cibubur says:

    Reblogged this on CitraGran Cibubur.

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