Categories Architecture Nature Photos street Urban creepers Post author By Rian Post date September 20, 2009 17 Comments on creepers ..creepy trees and a mansion, i think i see someone peeping out of the window (or maybe not).. 😀 ..view this in mono.. Tags Garden District, New Orleans ← dominos → crooked and curved 17 replies on “creepers” Yeepers… A scary frame. Luckily for us tense-nerved folks, it is shot in glorious sunlight. Just don’t go back there at night – we implore you!! el-creepy-o … i think the trees grow all twisted like that because of the eeeeeeeevil that goes on inside the house lol just a theory tho…. nice.. i think.. shot 🙂 I would not mind to live there ! The twisted tree makes a great ominous foreground! This works well in mono too. A fine shot. That is a cool find and cool processing . This tree looks so scary for this little pink, cute house :)) nice title. it fits! Terrific pov with the tree branches looming over you. It makes it so effective and a like something out of a scary fairy tale. Give it a few more hours and it will be Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Rian! 🙂 I like how you framed the mansion with the trees. love the colors here. that mansion is great. you were made for New Orleans. really – your images from there feel natural, effortless, stunning. Ahh very cool… just waitng for the trees to come alive. Love the framing of this shot and the color on this house is very cool. You gotta love the Big Easy! it would be hard to recognize if they were peeping out of the window or not, since there are so many things within the outside boundaries of that house. beautiful colors! Love the colors, beautiful shot. The colors are really interesting in this, but it looks really good in black and white! Good job! I don’t know how I keep missing multiple posts. Perhaps I keep slipping into mini comas? Is there such a thing? Great framing again. Love how the house is framed by the tree. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.