Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #71 – Creepy


I had to think for a few days about  Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #71 – Creepy.  I do not like creepy, and avoid scary movies and anything close to being creepy. I finally decided to settle for these two photos. My grandma was a master story teller among other things, and there were often people getting lost in fog in her stories. Usually adventurous little girls that didn’t listen well when they were out picking berries in the forest, or forgot to come home on time. (I wonder why she told me those stories.) Seeing fog always makes me think of her stories.


I hope you are having a fabulous week so far!



30 Comments on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #71 – Creepy

  1. So pretty, and I’m with you I don’t like creepy very much. Your grandma was very smart, made me smile. I have been driving to work in fog this last week as we get lots living near the ocean. Thankfully it’s not blanketed to close to the roads so I can see where I’m going. Sometimes it’s so thick it’s difficult to see but not very often. 😄

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    • I didn’t think of that, that you live close to the ocean. I bet there is fog often there. A few times while driving the 101 I’ve stopped for a few hours when the fog just took over the road. Mother Nature is powerful.

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  2. Yes, Mother Nature is very powerful indeed! So wise to stop. I’ve been in some pretty scary foggy situations, amazing how you can’t see a thing. I like how the fog surrounds the mountains in your photos!

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  3. Loved the story about your grandmother’s stories Maria, and your images match them perfectly. As many have proven, “creepy” can be created from otherwise docile images 😊Well done.

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  4. Love the story about little girls getting lost – clever grandma! Getting lost in the fog on a moor or something like that is really creepy, but also on a mountain. Especially if you don’t know where the path ends…Great photos to accompany your story!

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