Wednesday, October 28, 2020

And The Winner Is #WordlessWednesday

How about one more day of Halloween fun while we can have it?  It's 100% social distanced, and no masks are required if you simply read it on my blog.

Each October, at Otsiningo Park in Binghamton, New York, there has been an annual Scarecrow Contest and Display .

Various groups and families enter this contest where visitors to the park judge and vote for the best scarecrow. The contest has ended, and it's time for me to announce the winner.

But first, some scarecrows you haven't seen yet.

Parks and Recs

Cornell Cooperative Service

The World Spins Out of Control

Wings.  And now, the winners.  

Third Place - Bee Kind (which I had in a previous post but this is a different picture. Too bad someone did some minor vandalism)

In 2nd place:  Let's Clean Up - Spirits of Sandersons

And the winner....Animal Adventure Park, home of April the former Internet celebrity giraffe.

Want more?  Here are links to my other two posts

More Scarecrows for a Scary Time

Scarecrows at the Park

Joining Sandee of Comedy Plus for Wordless Wednesday.



  1. Those are great! What a fun place to go and take some Halloween photos!

  2. they are great. what a fun contest.

  3. Your community is full of creative people.

  4. I like them all, but the winners are extremely clever.

  5. All the wonderful decorations for Halloween. These are most delightful.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

  6. A winner! How fun this was, so glad you shared these pictures, they've brought so many smiles in such a stressful time.

  7. Looks like great fun, thank you for sharing, we enjoyed very much!

  8. I think I like the 2nd place display the best.

  9. I like such contests! Train the imagination, creativity.
    I really like "Bee Kind". Be good even with the wasps. (that nest on the left is more a nest for the wasps) I think the wasps nest is ... the trick. 😊

  10. What an awesome idea for a contest! I loved them all!


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