Scary in Spain
I wasn’t going to do anything special for a Halloween post this year, but have ultimately decided to have a little holiday fun. I came across a few photos from a trip to Spain that while not terribly frightening, were at least quirky and maybe even a little scary.
What Evil Lurks?
Enter, if You Dare
I fell in love with Girona when I visited. It’s a beautiful, picturesque old city. But this doorway seemed to be hiding some scary secrets from the past.
Am I the only one who thinks that these dolls at Les Golfes toy shop in Barcelona are just a little creepy?
More Creepy Babies
These large baby head sculptures by Antonio López García are located outside of the Atocha Railway Station in Madrid. They are called Day (eyes open) and Night (eyes closed) I know it’s art, but glad I didn’t come across them at night.
One Scary Little Fish
There are so many delicious treats, produce, meats & seafood at Barcelona’s La Boqueria market, but this fish didn’t tempt my appetite at all.
Need a ride?
No thanks. I think I’ll walk. Ah, Salvador Dali! This couple sits in the back seat of Dali’s 1941 Cadillace in the courtyard of the Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueres, Spain.
If That Didn’t Scare You…
Walking through Barcelona’s Barri Gòtic, there are many narrow alleys where surprises abound. Now are you afraid? (Thanks to the very private Mr. TWS for letting me post this photo of him.)