Creepy crawlers. Ghoulish costumes. Pumpkin carving. October is the month for all things Halloween, and we welcome this holiday with open arms.
In the spirit of Halloween, we created the hashtag #olloween and asked that you submit your spookiest photos. We really enjoyed looking through all the entries and were delighted to see some spooky ones in the mix!
Another favorite during Halloween are spiders and spider webs. Some of the most beautiful we have seen are sprinkled with water droplets to make them even more magical, and our macro lenses work perfectly to capture all the intricacies.
So, sit back and get ready for more treats, because this month we’ve selected some amazing photos for you.
10) This photo may not exactly fit in with the Halloween theme, but in the spirit of travel and exploration we chose a few that inspired us to seek new adventures. This photo was captured in the ruins of Mingun Pahtodawgyi located in Southeast Asia.
9) Some spiders can look so menacing from afar, but leave it to our macro lens to bring out the cuteness. This is a female Menemerus bivittatus (salticidae) looking photo ready.
8) Our friend, Aaron Burden is a master at capturing the fall colors in the state of Michigan, where he resides. The foliage looks stunning against the blue sky as the backdrop.
7) This photo was captured by our friend, Jillian, who was featured in the Apple iPhone 6s colors campaign. While waiting for the snowfall to capture snowflakes, she keeps busy shooting water droplets with our macro lenses.
6) Meanwhile in Hawaii…
5) As you can tell by the username on this IG account, it’s all fisheye photos, which makes it very unique. Our friend, Deniz has traveled to some beautiful destinations including Panama.
4) Our friend, Demi was born on Halloween! That might explain his love for spiders and the webs they weave! Happy birthday, Demi.
3) There’s something special about enjoying a stunning view in Iceland with a friend nearby.
2) These are classic Autumn tones, and we are in love with them. Our friend, Omar captured them perfectly in Tennessee.
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