Misha! I am still afraid of the giant spider in the attic!
Those were really cool - in a scary kind of way.
I knew some of you will like it because of the quality, and some - because of the memories
Love it - great photos. But how do you get that many google ads on the page?
IDK Mark, it's not my page, I just stumbled upon it and thought I would share
Thanks for sharing Misha. I won't sleep tonight now! At least there was no photo of the giant sparrow that used to swoop down and pick me up in my nightmares when I was 7. Yes, it was a scary sparrow, not a pterodactyl or an eagle, but a sparrow (I had a limited imagination).
No it was just like a normal sparrow only much bigger. It used to swoop down, pick me up in its talons (or whatever sparrows have on the end of their toes). Then it would dump me into its nest on the roof. I don't know what it planned to do with me next (tickle me with its feathers?) because I always woke up screaming.
I still can't bring myself to touch a feather.
I went there once more - and I don't see excessive ads. I found three ad units and two link units on this page, which is perfectly OK.
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