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Who Has The Best Halloween Photos in Cumming?

Little ones getting dress up? Been to a fall festival, trunk-or-treat, haunted house or pumpkin patch? Decorate your own house for Halloween? Let's see your photos!

Cumming Patch Editor Brande Poulnot's children, Walker and Mackenze, pose at a church fall festival.
Cumming Patch Editor Brande Poulnot's children, Walker and Mackenze, pose at a church fall festival.
Pumpkins. Costumes. Haunted houses and hayrides. Fall festivals and trunk-or-treats. It's that time of year and Patch wants to see how you're celebrating.

We'd love for you to share your Halloween photos with us. And we've made it super easy to do so!

Check the upper right-hand corner of the page and make sure you're logged in. Once you've signed onto the site, head to our new photo blog. At the top, click in the "Write a new post" box and you'll be on your way to uploading your photos. If you'd like, you can tell us a little about the photo and any special meaning it has to you.

The photos will be posted immediately to our homepage for everyone to see. You'll also have the chance to post your photo directly to your Facebook page, as well, if you'd like.

The photo blog is a great place to showcase your random shots from around town. However, if you're fond of snapping photos and want a spot all of your own to showcase your work, you can easily create your own photo blog on Patch.

How To Start Your Own Blog on Patch

To start your own blog, check the upper right-hand corner of the page and make sure you're logged in. Once you've signed into the site, head to our main blogging page where you can create a blog. You'll be asked three things: to name your blog, a short description of the blog and then to upload a thumbnail to appear on the account. Once you hit the create button, you'll be prompted to make your first blog post. It's the easy!

Happy Halloween!

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