…I thought instead of Fresh Flickr Friday getting away from me again, I’d post this little bit of Halloween goodness early.

This photo was one of those happy accidents. I already liked the composition in-camera. I accidentally chose an infrared filter when I was processing this on the computer. There were several different color presets, and, VOILA! I instantly fell in love with this version. And with Halloween just around the corner, this seemed like the perfect image to share. In fact, I’m going to really share this image with you! This will make a great desktop background. For just this week you can download it here… When you click on the download link it will ask you for a password—Casper.

This was taken after sunset, facing east. The original sky color was (of course) a dark blue. If you want to see a truer to life version of the same photo, just click on the photo above and it will take you to my Flickr photostream for some other Fall-related photos.

Happy Halloweeeeeeen!

About Barb Kellogg

I'm a people, pet and nature photographer who loves great bokeh, dark chocolate, and a good cup of tea.


  1. Hi Barb, I love both of them. Great job!

  2. Marcia

    The background color just happens to be one of my favorite colors so it has a lot of appeal to me. I find it fascinating how the beauty of leaves in summer, change to the beauty of leaves in the Fall, and then there is the beauty of the silouette of trees with no leaves. Really brings out each detail of branches and a great color.

  3. karen

    This is wonderful! Halloween or any time of year. Wonderful color of the midwest sunset.

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