Witchy windows: Scots decorate homes for Halloween

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image copyrightSusan Grant
image captionSusan Grant and her children teamed up with their neighbours to produce this Wicked-themed display

The coronavirus pandemic means Halloween in Scotland looks and feels a bit different this year.

With parties and guising off the cards for now, many Scots have been getting creative by decorating their homes.

Take a look at some of the imaginative window displays celebrating the Halloween tradition.

image copyrightStephen Kasiewicz
image caption"Covid, bolt ya rocket" was the message in this Glasgow window
image copyrightRhona Smith
image captionRhona Smith's contribution, featuring "George the gardener", along with his pumpkin
image copyrightMatt Bridgestock
image captionThis impressive multi-storey effort is part of the "Window Wanderland" trail in the Battlefield area of Glasgow
image copyrightJenni Lorimer
image captionCobwebs and giant spiders take centre stage of Jenni Lorimer's display in Eaglesham
image copyrightAndrea Clark
image captionAndrea Clark spotted this skeletal display in Glasgow's southside
image copyrightClarkston Community Council
image captionTissue paper was used to create this colourful display, part of the "Witchy Windows" trail in Clarkston
image copyrightCraig Hunter
image captionThree eerie ghosts projected onto Craig Hunter's window, complete with a light-up bat
image copyrightLorraine Jenkins
image captionLorraine Jenkins' window in Clarkston features some spooky silhouettes
image copyrightLouise Campbell
image captionLouise Campbell has gone full-out with the decorations on her window sill
image copyrightEmma MacQueen
image captionIn Fife, Emma MacQueen used paint to craft this Halloween landscape
image copyrightMatt Bridgestock
image captionMatt Bridgestock snapped this picture on a walk through "Window Wanderland" in Glasgow
image copyrightMairead Brophy
image caption"Stay safe" - a suitable message for a pandemic Halloween, part of the Ghosty Giffnock trail
image copyrightJohn Dawson
image captionImpressive pumpkins on the doorstep of Glasgow's Kirklee Mansion, snapped by John Dawson

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