…a photo doesn’t have to be blatantly macabre to be eerie. But it can have a mysterious, otherworldly vibe — the viewer wonders what lurks in the shadows. Something eerie has a story to tell — one you aren’t quite sure you want to know.
Cheri – The Daily Post
The night before the 2013 Summer Solstice and Super Moon my husband and I spent hours walking around Santa Fe, NM experiencing the old town through the soft filter of moonlight instead of stark, mid-day sun. John took a lot of photos around The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi and he was especially intrigued by the shadows cast by a large crucifix. At this time of night we thought we were the only people along the side of the building so you can imagine our surprise when we returned to our hotel room and saw the hand in this photo…
Posted as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie