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Weekend Inspiration XVI, Halloween Edition

Oct 26

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Hello everyone, welcome to our 16th edition of weekend inspiration!
This weekend is the weekend before Halloween, so because of the occasion we’ve decided to gather 20 images from all over the web from amateur and professional photographers alike, all which could fit under the theme of the Halloween weekend. Some are creepy, eerie, beautiful, unsettling, and many are a mixture of them!

The squeamish beware, especially if you have a fear of clowns!
Check out these 20 awesome photos, have a great Halloween weekend Phamily, and if you take any Halloween inspired photos be sure to share them with us, we’d love to see!

altar ego by Vladimir Perfanov

Blindness by moritzaust

**** by by Kamal Iklil

day three hundred and sixty two by Kalie Garrett

Eyes Open by Adam Raasalhague

Have A Maddingly Happy Halloween! by Boy_Wonder

hooked. by Amy Spanos

It’s alright, I have already picked them for you. by DreamingOfAutumn

I just couldn’t live with myself knowing I had just killed myself. by Eric “Claptøn” Nelsøn

Last Rite III by Stanislav Istratov

Out of the darkness by Jeremiah Newton

Release your mind! Just relax by Alice T.

Screamer by Eolo Perfido

The Anxious Room by Jon Jacobsen

the watchman. by Nicole Belke

the waters by brookeshaden

Thing’s that go bump in the night! by Paul Bratescu

trauma. by Cristina Otero

Untitled by A . J . ⚡

wainting by Cornel Pufan

If that wasn’t enough inspiration for you, you can check out previous editions of Weekend Inspiration here!
If you have any suggestions of what to feature in upcoming editions of Weekend Inspiration, or would possibly want your work featured e-mail angela@phlearn.com

  • writersbloc

    Man these are strong, great collection of images that buck the conventional “Halloween” theme.

  • http://twitter.com/janiekakes Jane Mortimore Photo

    aye, inspirational

  • http://www.flickr.com/fotofonia Johnny Viscidous Cancrena

    Sometimes head is useless

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