K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Things That Go Bump in the Night

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It’s one of the words that came to mind when I got to working on a post for today’s, K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge prompt:


I say (or think!) atmospherics and imagine moody skies, stormy seas, pitch black nights on isolated roads with only the light of the full moon guiding the way…

Another word I thought of is:


Crows or ravens, their somewhat larger counterparts, tend to leave me with a desire to look over my shoulder… you know, just to make sure nothing spooky is happening…

With the above in mind, I put together a few of my favorite atmospheric AND crow/raven-related graphics as an answer to today’s challenge.

It goes a little something like this:




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There you have it. A few of my ‘Things That Go Bump in the Night’. I know you’ve got a few yourself? You could share them as part of our challenge, you know…

You don’t know?

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Well, I got you covered… here’s how you’d do it:

Create a post just like you normally would. Give it a title similar to the one headlining this post. Create a ‘pingback’ by copying the URL of your post and pasting it into the comment section of either this post or the challenge post of my buddy Dale.

Lastly, don’t for get to add our tag, #CosPhoChal along with your other tags. It will be easier to find your post this way.

Now you’re all set!

Here’s to a great week for us all even with those things that go bump in the night…

… you know the ones…

K’lee L. © 2017

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