Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie

To see other interpretations of the prompt ‘Eerie’ check out the Weekly Photo Challenge or click on any of the links below:

  1. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | Ese’ s Voice
  2. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | Flickr Comments
  3. WPC : Eerie | Books, Music, Photography & Movies : my best friends
  4. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | MyBlog – solaner
  5. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | Stephen Chapman
  6. Eerie | Jasper Smits
  7. My.Vivid.Visions | Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie – Guess!!!
  8. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | Hope* the happy hugger
  9. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | A mom’s blog
  10. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eery | Winning Shots
  11. Weekly Photo Chalenge: Eerie | Under the Monkey Tree
  12. Adiós… | Neva Samaki
  13. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | The Eclectic Eccentric Shopaholic
  14. Eerie (Weekly Photo Challenge) | Icezine
  15. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | Hamburg und Mee(h)r
  16. Weekly Photo Challenge – Eerie « LargeSelf
  17. Weekly Photo Challenge – Eerie | Thoughts while on Forest Walks
  18. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | HX Report
  19. Aliens or Spirits? | On the Streets of San Francisco
  20. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | Moonlight Reflections
  21. Here’s Looking at YOU…..(weekly photo challenge) | Daily Observations
  22. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie | Charles Ray’s Ramblings
  23. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie (2) | Charles Ray’s Ramblings
  24. img_0372.jpg | smoke&mirrors
  25. Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie…Rome, Italy | Cali Girl Says…
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About Sandra

I cruise the French waterways with my husband four or five months a year, and write fiction and poetry. I love animals, F1 motor racing, French bread and my husband, though not necessarily in that order.
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32 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie

  1. kz says:

    seriously eerie photos! the last one, they look like limbs. *shiver*

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  2. Merilee says:

    These are wonderful!

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  3. Ese' s Voice says:

    You definitely have caught that eerie mood, Sandra 🙂

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  5. Sandra, the bottom left is my favorite but I got a good laugh out of “My eerie offerings”, which sounds pretty creepy itself. 🙂 Have a non-eerie weekend.

    janet

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  11. MythRider says:

    Interesting close ups. Good job.
    Phyllis

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  13. suej says:

    The last one does it for me – really eerie!

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  14. Zen says:

    I love the patterns.. :d

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  16. These are interesting photos. I think they would work for textures too.

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  18. Sandra says:

    Thanks; the top right is one that’s drawn my attention for a long time. It’s around a pedestrian crossing on the railway track near us – it’s supposed to deter people and animals from straying up the track. Everytime we cross the track I have to bend down to feel the texture. It’s almost warm, and spongy-feeling. As yet I haven’t captured the right photo of it, (to my mind) but I’ll keep trying.

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  22. Lovely collection of photos for eerie. The black and white definitely adds a spooky feeling to the photos.

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