Posts Tagged ‘Halloween’
Just a couple of glimpses
Double-decker for Mersedeses at 3rd World Trade Center building.
Did she realize this match of colors? I guess not
Cool news from Blurb.com – now they allow to make books previews of more than 15 pages! So please check out my photography book an Halloween Parade here
It’s very useful to have the opportunity to show some most important pages in the book which not necessary are the first 15 pages And moreover you may allow the full preview of the book…
Just to recall how it was back in 2007 and what was the difference between parades of 2007 and 2008
In 2007 it was more about election on the one hand but more fun an less economic-pain-related on the other hand…
“New York’s Village Halloween Parade is an annual holiday parade and street pageant presented the night of every Halloween (October 31) in New York City’s Greenwich Village. Stretching more than a mile, this cultural event draws two million spectators, fifty thousand costumed participants, dancers, artists and circus performers, dozens of floats bearing live bands and other musical and performing acts, and a world-wide television audience of one hundred million.
It is the largest public Halloween event in the United States, and the country’s only major night parade. It has been called “New York’s Carnival.”