Thursday, October 30, 2008

Red sky at night...

...a witch's delight!

After all, 'tis the season of the witch.
So, to goblins and ghoulies and witches and ghosties and trick or treaters of all shapes, sizes and ages everywhere - Have a great, spooky Halloween!

Click here and join the fun of Sky Watch Friday.


23 comments:

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Looks like a cauldron brewing fire

Jim said...

I expect to see ghosts flying around. You captured halloween very well.

Paz said...

What a very special shot!

Paz

earthlingorgeous said...

Wow! Looks like the sky is on fire! Lovely shots!

Small City Scenes said...

Great shot. I've been loving our beautiful sky. MB

Mary said...

What stunning color!!

Blognote said...

The ideal atmosphere for Halloween!!

Baruch said...

Wow - looks like the sky is on fire!

Tash said...

Fantastic. Happy All Hallows Eve.

Olivier said...

un ciel qui a signé un pacte avec le diable. rouge vraiment impressionnant.
a sky which signed an alliance with the demon. red really impressive.

Tootie said...

That is a very spooky looking picture. :-)

babooshka said...

Absolutelt amazing and so spooky for halloween

twinks said...

The sky is screaming HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! hehe..
Love the colors! awesome..
TGIF! Enjoy! :]

Afanja said...

Wonderful to see a red sky at night overhere too! Great shot.
My contribution for today's SWF has a red sky at night too. :-)

imac said...

Real red sunset you captured there, well done.

Kelly said...

Oh, WOW! This is perfect for Halloween - and for Skywatch too!

The silhouettes in the foreground really set off that flaming sky!

bobbie said...

A witch's delight indeed. And a gorgeous red sky.

nonizamboni said...

Perfect shot and actually pretty scary! And done with your usual touch of class.
Your earlier photo of Mt. Baker is amazing. Award-worthy!
Happy weekend!

happyone said...

Wow! Fabulous color!!

John said...

Great shot and amazing colours!

Happy Halloween!

Arija said...

...and wouldn't I just love to take my cat for a zoom around against that super sky.

Chuck Pefley said...

I'm just wondering how I missed seeing that sky. (sigh)

A very Harry Potterish look about it :)

Louis la Vache said...

Happy Sky Watch, Raf!

Perfect for Halloween!