Saturday, 4 October 2014

Sky watch Friday - Big Foot and Mist

This weeks photos are from the same area that I snapped last weeks - right outside my front door. However there is a story with them :-) Morning mist to set the scene..
The first night I arrived in WA, I had this vivid dream that Big Foot was trying to break into the house. Not sure why ...perhaps it was the large billboard above a local bar, offering a reward for the capture of Big Foot. Or maybe it was the series of Big Foot films that were showing on the Sci Fi channel. Or it could be rooted in the tall fir trees that dominate our landscape. Whatever the reason, Big Foot seems to be a dream obsession of mine. Across the street from me, is a ramshackle house, that has a lawn littered with vehicles and junk, backed by a bank of tall trees. A scene that seems almost perfect for a horror movie...
Can't you just see the glowing eyes of a dozen Big Foots , from the 2006 B-grade Big Foot movie 'Abdominable' peering at you through those trees ?

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15 comments:

Felicia said...

love the misty first image. fog and mist makes for great images. the other 2 skies are great too.

Gaelyn said...

In Skamania County it's illegal to shoot BigFoot. But your setting looks right for them to be in the neighborhood.

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

A vivid imagination is a wonderful thing to have. :)
I really like your last photo.

kiwibyrd14 said...

That's interesting thst they actually made it illegal. I must check Thurston County to see what they say!

toby said...

Yes, I can definitely see the bigfoots (bigfeet?) peeking out! And I love those clouds, wow!

Rajesh said...

Wonderful views of the cloudy sky.

Gattina said...

Beautiful pictures !

Al said...

It's a very pretty place. But it doesn't look scary to me - I love walking in the woods at night.

Ruth Kelly said...

Thanks for commenting on my blog. WHen I looked at your name this morning, I had a glimpse of the past. I used to know a Karen Hayward who lived in North Salt Lake. She was related to my step-dad, Cliff Hayward.

Leovi said...

I really like this sky light, a wonderful photos!

A Quiet Corner said...

Good gravy, Karen! We live in the woods...CT...and I have never thought about Big Foot...Fischer Cats, yes!...:)JP

Linda said...

Now that you mention it....

I don't think we have them in Scotland. At least I hope not.

Jane said...

What kinds of things have those trees seen over the years..only they know! Listen to their sounds in the slience and maybe they will share! Beautiful shots fo the tree silhouettes and thanks for visiting my blog!

Chris H said...

Nah, doesn't scare me in the least. I lived across the road from a pine forest for years, and we were in the forests every other weekend as my Dad was a logger. I think those trees need a chainsaw... lol!

Irene said...

Nice shots for SWF ... wish you a great week.