Images: A photographer’s journey through Scarenectady

Decorations and certain parties… go hand in hand.

If a person is just going to have these handmade door decorations – and that one and that one. Or there can never be too many lights. Or it’s the house that has mastered the art form of inflatable figures in the backyard.

Christmas tends to be the joy of the season. Easter is about rabbits, eggs and spring. But Halloween is all about the things that happen at night.

You could be a fan of “It’s the Big Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”, “Hocus Pocus” or “Halloweentown” or his “The Shining”, “The Exorcist” or a night out with Freddy and Jason. Maybe it’s “Rocky Horror Picture Show” and “Beetlejuice”. But everyone loves the atmosphere.

Our photographer Peter Barber came this week to see some of the spooky houses in the Schenectady area that you might want to visit before they leave. Here’s the story, through its lens:

A Halloween exhibit at Lenox Road and Seneca Street in Schenectady is seen on Friday. (Peter R. Barber / The Daily Gazette)
On Friday, another angle of the Halloween display on Lenox Road and Seneca Street in Schenectady is featured. (Peter R. Barber / The Daily Gazette)

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855, rue Nott in Schenectady is visible on Thursday. (Peter R. Barber / The Daily Gazette)
An exhibition on Waverly Place in Schenectady is on view Thursday. (Peter R. Barber / The Daily Gazette)
1881 Greenpoint Avenue in Rotterdam can be seen on Thursday. (Peter R. Barber / The Daily Gazette)

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