The Haunted Cottage

Okay, so it’s not really haunted; but due to the fog it did have that feel to it. Hard to believe this is a city park. That used to be an old cottage in the park and when the city finally torn it down they left up a couple of walls and create a garden feature around it. Really nicely done, I must say. Hard to believe the city had anything to do with it. On the other hand, only the city could afford to “spare no expense” on something like this; after all, it’s not their money, right? But at least it’s something we can all enjoy. Hope you like it.

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12 Responses to The Haunted Cottage

  1. Frances says:

    That is awesome !! I am mad at myself now for missing the fog opportunity !! I can’t wait to go there! Although I like these more than a sunny day in the park. I think I will have to go there after work very soon.

  2. DGuidas says:

    Very nice photograph. The fog definitely adds to the feel and enhances the subject nicely. My city barely cuts the grass at our park, let alone make the effort to make a garden feature.

  3. lynnwiles says:

    Beautiful shot and treatment Dave – it looks more magical than haunted to me.

  4. rifqidahlgren says:

    Nice, really like the mood.

  5. Chloe says:

    oooo very eerie indeed, love it
    i love fog

  6. Clara says:

    I love that park! I never thought of going on a rainy/foggy day, though. Great shot!

    I agree with Lynn; it looks magical.

  7. jlaake says:

    I love this photo! Looks awesome

  8. Thank you Lynn, Chloe and Clara.

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