We unearthed last year's Halloween costumes from the attic last weekend, and decided to give them a final spin while they still just-barely fit for a fun photo session on a perfectly weathered Fall afternoon. Last year's costumes were inspired from Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas; Nathaniel was Jack Skellington the Pumpkin King, and Isabella was Sally the Rag doll.
Our destination was a small cemetery in our neighborhood.
|Jack Skellington + Sally peer around the edge of a mausoleum.|
|Jack Skellington and Sally in front of a charming family mausoleum.|
The Autumn sun lit up the gold foliage, and provided lots of bright rays and lens flares to work into the photos. It was an absolutely magical afternoon.
|Jack Skellington up close, with a glimpse of Nathaniel's face through his sliver of a smile.|
|Sally up close, with a peak at Isabella's face through her open smile.|
|Sally and Jack Skellington take a seat at a huge family marker.|
It felt great to have the opportunity to give them one final wear, and to capture a better photographic record of them while they still fit the Craunlets.
|Jack Skellington and Sally striking a final pose.|
|Sally's super long tresses of floppy-floppy and flowing deep red felt hair.|
Here's a link to last year's posts detailing their construction. Happy Halloween!