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Beautiful place and a very different entry from you Paula. I love it.
😀 I am sure I had two similar photos before with the similar treatment. I am glad you like it CG. Takk
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Thank you, Rabirius.
Great edit Paula.
I’m struggling with this theme but your edit has inspired me. Off to my archive!
Have a good weekend 😀
😀 I know you won’t believe me, and yes there was a fair amount of edit, but this house, and setting really looked creepy and was in this colour scheme I just accentuated dark contrasts. Happy to be inspiring 😀
looking well creepy, but a nice photo to start with
Much appreciated Chris!
Not a place I would want to visit…..
No, better not 😀
I hope you were not aloooone there. :-). was it edited in Photoshop?
No, no PS, just LR.
So talented 🙂 Awesome shot. I feel inspired to write a story.
I started to last night 🙂
Looks like something out of a real horror movie…
That was the idea 🙂 Thank you, Leya.
I think if it weren’t for the clouds, it might just look welcoming.
Well, it is a restaurant, I suppose they would want it to be welcoming 😀
It’s got it all: the turret, the dim lights, the boulders – but it’s the sky that’s really creepy. It reminds me again how good you are with skies.
Thank you, Meg. It is good to be reminded 😉
The clouds are really creepy, Paula (and so is your music!). I like that house, though! Happy weekend! 🙂
Great shot and edit
🙂 Cheers Sonya.
Very creepy and a great shot.
This is what the Munster’s house would have looked like with a little paint and maintenance.
Love the creepy ambiance…
🙂 I am happy you do, Lisa. Have a great weekend!
What a gorgeous house! I love the dark clouds behind it and the lights giving of just a hint of mystery. Excellent shot Paula. I love it! 😀
That’s sure nice to hear sweetie. How are you doing?
You’re welcome sweetness. No complaints this side, thanks for asking. How are you? 😀
Good to know you are well. I’m having a swollen knee (don’t know why) and can hardly move.
Oh no! So sorry to hear that. If you didn’t bump it somewhere, you might have twisted it the wrong way and now there’s a fluid build-up. I do hope it will get better real soon sweets. Best wishes for you. ♥
Thank you, Sophia. I hope I’ll see some doctors soon for diagnosis and treatment. I’m really down now.
I sure hope so too Paula and I don’t blame you. Take care of yourself sweetie. ♥ Hugs ♥
Creepy indeed! I imagine a mad professor studying you-don’t-want-to-know-what in the basement…
Love this interpretation
Love the sky!
Thank you, I am glad you do.
So sorry for your knee…Go and see a doctor, please, Paula !
Your creepy house is a treat…..Thanks!
I will Anna. Grazie per preocuparti. Abbraccio
That’s a really GOOD one!
Much appreciated, Marilyn.
Makes me think of Little miss Riding Hood and the wicked creepy witch in the woods.
🙂 I think that the spire of the house looks like a witch’s hat.
It does too but I had to go back and look again. 🙂
Oh, very! NOT going near there 🙂
Very dramatic. Sure. I’d go in. Dragons are afraid of nothing, except St George. 🙂
This has overtones of Psycho the movie. Do you remember it? Now that was one creepy movie.
I do 🙂 Thanks, Pauline.
Love it. Very eerie indeed! Excellent post! Jubilant cheers,
Perfect musical accompaniment for a beautifully creepy home. (I’ve used that piece I think … Kevin MacLeod?)
Thank you very much Renae. It’s not MacLeod 😉 It’s Midnight Syndicate.
Nice one Paula. Very nicely processed.
I am very happy that you like it Uday 🙂
Spooky, too. Good one, Paula.
Many thanks, Jane.
The trees have auras.
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