Monday, October 31, 2016
Digging Up Some Old Ghost for Halloween
Well, I don't. But it's nice to hear, the kind of story that, gives you goosebumps.
Always on the lookout for a good one from Okinawa, I haven't had much luck lately.
Instead, I dug up some old, spooky images and, will explain the stories behind them.
The ghost in this photo is just some smoke, which was blowing across the street.
The photo was taken at a cherry blossom festival, under the Kin Bridge.
Smoke from dump trucks and festival food, charcoal grills made the spook appear.
It blew across the highway as I was shooting a Panasonic DMC-FZ50.
Normally, I would delete a photo like this because of the distraction in the image.
But, I saved it and did a bit of cleaning-up, to give it a more ghastly appearance.
No grave-sites were disturbed in obtaining these creepy hands.
This photo was taken with the Pentax K5, at the Nago Museum.
They are not, human hands. I must go back someday and, get the proper terminology.
Those bones came from either a porpoise or dolphin.
And, I used these two photos in, "Today I Went Down Some Spooky, Old Stairs."