Snapped this on my way in to work. Classic!
These are from an afternoon bike ride along the Willamette
This house was pretty cool. I like my skeletons piled in perfectly equi-distant positions. That way I get optimal spookiness.
Autumnal Sploendoor. Read that in the voice of Matt Berry
Eugene doesn't have a pigeon population. Instead we have all these black birds. They are everywhere, rooting for unspeakable morsels in the soil.
This house was cool, even though a couple of their tombstones had fallen over. Darn you rain!
Here we are in the Whit. This house looks cool at night. They have a blue porch-light that makes everything glow.
Casket full of baby dolls. Full disclosure, this isn't really a Halloween display, this house looks like this year round. As I was snapping the photo, one of the residents was getting into his car, and mentioned that they used to bury the baby dolls in the yard.
This was the first house I noticed, and probably the first yard haunt other than my own that I've ever seen in Eugene. It looks great at night, with that blue flood light going.
And lastly, this was the house across the street from the gargoyle graveyard. They carved their punkin' too early, and it's already started to ingratiate itself with the porch.
I hope to get more shots of the cool decorations I'm seeing on my way too and fro' downtown!