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Stunning! Where to start? Your home is lovely and perfectly suited for "haunting". A great canvas to work from. The lighting was spot on. Loved the subtle blues with the indoor displays lit with red. The jack o lanterns accented the outdoor lighting perfectly. Window projections are becoming commonplace but you used yours as a nice compliment to the display. Really nice! I'd have loved to see some daytime shots of your columns and fence, especially the spiked poles that separate each fence section. They looked awesome at night but I'd love to see them in daylight. This was really a beautiful display! Elegant and creepy and it had some whimsical touches too like the skeletons and singing pumpkins! One of the nicest so far this year!
 
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Tell me about your fence post finials. Did you make them? buy them? I love them.
 

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All: Thanks for your very kind comments

Jdubya: I purchased the post caps at Sears.....of all places. They were a decorative statue that was on sale for 50 percent off in the housewares section. I immediately knew that they could work as post caps for my Halloween fence. The store only had three of them however, so I ended up driving to every Sears in our area. I seem to recall that it was 5 or 6 different Sears to get enough for my fence. Just goes to show the things we do for our haunts. Well worth it for me however ....because they were the primary inspiration for my entire yard haunt.
 

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