Halloween at Springwood Cemetery
Recently I stopped by and took this photo of Springwood Cemetery late at night. I choose to share the photo with you on Halloween. Hopefully your Halloween will be safe and enjoyable â€¦ Given we are in a condo complex with locked outer doors I doubt if we have any tricker treaters. As a result we will go for a walk to enjoy all the activity. What are your plans?
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