Beacon Hill Halloween

The people living on Beacon Hill, you have very little space to “strut their stuff” for the holidays. But these folks are creative. From window boxes, to balconies, to Louisburg Square, they found ways to decorate and have fun. I just wish I could go in Monday night and trick-or-treat.

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24 thoughts on “Beacon Hill Halloween

  1. reocochran

    Chris, I like how you utilized your creative photographic “eye,” to incorporate black and white photos with colored ones. This made quite an interesting montage where the eyeball, spider and cat details “popped out!” πŸ™‚ Enjoy the sights and your Halloween!

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you, Robin. Some images worked better in BW. There were many things to see there if you paid attention. I have class tomorrow, so that was my Halloween. Though I may bring some treat bags to class. We have some foreign students in class and they should experience getting candy for Halloween. What about you? Will you be home handing out treats?

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  2. Annie

    Wonderful close-up peek at Beacon Hill’s Halloween trimmings. Halloween decorations have come a long way since I was a kid and that’s a very good thing. And, yes, I will be in costume as I pass out goodies tomorrow night.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Oh really? I’ve been to Vancouver but not Victoria. The name here started because it was the tallest hill in the city and where they would hang signal beacons in case of emergency. Perhaps someday I’ll get to Victoria to see the park. Cheers!

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