Friday, October 29, 2010

EEEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!


For those of you with arachnophobia, you'd better think twice about shopping at Interiors Market at the Pepper Place.  But not to worry, it's just some major cracks in the skylight..........or is it???

12 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

Or did a witch cast a Halloween spell?!

Luis Gomez said...

Great shot!

Naturedigital said...

Whatever it is, its a great photograph.
Have a great weekend Virginia.
Costas

brattcat said...

Really good capture, V. I had to dig a tick out of my leg two days ago so I'm feeling a little sensitive regarding crawly things.(-:

SRQ said...

Clever! Love your banner pic.

Bob Crowe said...

I hear the screeching violins from Psycho.

It can be interesting to hear about the ordinary explanations for what some people think is paranormal. I attended a science lecture at which one of the topics was how waves interfere with one another, sound, water, anything. It turns out that the plates clanking on shelves, books falling on the floor, etc., in the house on Long Island that became known as the Amityville Horror was caused by two different diesel water pumps feeding a main line that ran by the building. When both pumps were running at just the right speed, it would set up very strong but very low-frequency vibrations under the house caused by interference patterns in the waves from both sources. So there.

Virginia said...

Thank you Prof. Crowe. And BTW, tomorrow's post is so darn cute even you will melt into a heap! So there!

FancyHorse said...

Well, you did warn us, didn't you?
Good creepy pic for Halloween!

Daryl said...

Oh spooooooky .. I am ascared of spiders .. but those windows are more scary ...

TheChieftess said...

Ghostbusters are at this moment banding together to protest any reference to scientific explanations for clanking plates and falling books...

Babooshka said...

Is it me but I'm seeing spiders. Those cracks in the glass. spiders legs, no just me then. Citizen Kane came to mind too, going off at a complete tangent, when the camera peers through through the skylight. As the kids say here. Totally random.

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