Black and White Wednesday # 103-The Halloween Edition


You can photograph your own ghost using these tips from photojojo. Have fun and Happy Halloween.

It is believed that the celebration of Halloween began in the rural areas of Ireland where it was customary to celebrate the Celtic holiday Samhain, a festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of the “dark days” of winter. This festival occurred on October 31 and ended on November 1, nearly halfway between the autumn equinox and the winter solstice. Special bonfires were lit which offered protective powers and food was prepared for the winter  Guising was part of the festival which involved children going door to door in costumes (disguises) often reciting verses in exchange for food.

Send me your favorite culinary monochrome image; it could be spooky,in the manner of the season, or anything culinary for this special Halloween edition of Black and White Wednesday. BWW was created by Susan of The Well-Seasoned Cook back in July 2011 and managed now by Cinzia of Cindy Star Blog. Rules and host line -up can be found here.

I will be accepting images and post url’s up to 10 am, Wednesday, October 30. Please send an email to lynnylu AT gmail DOT com with BWW #103 in the title, your blog name, post url and attached image. Looking forward to your submissions!


Please do not use images or text without my permission. 

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