The friendliest of all was no doubt this scarecrow hanging on his wooden cross (well OK... his balloon cross), smiling away at his bird friend.
The horrendous witch
Here comes this very mean witch who, when she was small, refused to eat her soup or brush her teeth... We can clearly see the result on her poor complexion and the sad state of her teeth (or whatever is left of them...).
The horrendous witch on her magic broom ...
Thankfully, the horrible creature is moving away, perched on her magic broom stick.
Side view on the horrendous witch
Another perspective on the horrible witch, perched on her magic broom stick.
The dancing skeleton
A bit further, in front of one of the shopping mall entry, the giant balloon sculpture of this likeable, happy go-lucky skeleton, was showing off his dancing skills to celebrate Halloween as one should.
The magic cottage
During the full two weeks of October mid-term holidays, the mornings of Môssieur Ballon were fully reserved to the creation of monumental balloon sculptures while every afternoon, some animations and shows were offered to all the children, at the feet of this little cottage and its magic tree.
Here are the pumpkins were, every day, the sweet little witch would lose or favourite orange ball. Luckily, each time the giant frog would go and fetch it back for her.
The happy skeleton
Another perspective on the giant balloon sculpture of the happy dancing skeleton.
Zoom on the skeleton
Closer view on the skull from the giant balloon sculpture of the dancing skeleton.
Giant balloon vampire
In another part of the shopping mall, a giant vampire (made out of balloons) would have loved to commit nameless crimes on innocent victims. Thankfully he was paralysed and could not move one bit, even if very menacing indeed.
The horrible face of the giant vampire
Coming closer, one could see that the giant vampire was extremely frustrated to be made out of balloons and thus unable to hurt anyone. Just in case, it might still be safer not come too close, in the unlikely event that he would come to 'life' on Halloween night!