We’re counting on you to put some horribly creepy and awesome Halloween images in our pool this weekend, everyone. Put on some comfortable shoes in November, because we’re about to announce a ton of Exposed DC events for you to soak up, including a metro-accessible extended run of our InstantDC Fall Review and a quick-round of free photography classes through Knowledge Commons DC. You’ve also got FotoweekDC kicking off next Friday — we’ll have a preview of recommended events for you early next week. Now, on to Friday Links!
- LIFE photographer Michael Rougier shows just how awkward it is when the housekeeper has to step over the lion.
- The lava flow from Kilauea has almost reached the town on Pahoa on the Big Island of Hawaii, and the photos of the destruction are fascinating.
- This seems like a good time to look back on the All-Time Favorite Volcano photos from National Geographic.
- Everyone loves a puppy photo, but Pete Thorne’s portrait series with old dogs is moving.
- Do you love fall foliage? Do you also love wine? REI has a photo class for you.
- Mark your calendars, “Photo Trends & Evolution” panel discussion, featuring panelists Jim Darling, Meghan Dhaliwal, Holly Garner, Susana Raab and Matt Rakola, moderated by Roshani Kothari – November 18th at MLK, 6-8 p.m.
- The first Hasselblad in space is going up for auction on November 13. It is rumored to have taken this infamous space photo.
- The post may be from last year, but the photos from the Buzzfeed roundup of scary vintage Halloween costumes are still creepy.
- And finally, a tiger at the Hagenbeck Zoo in Germany was able to enjoy a meat filled pumpkin.