Tuesday, November 1, 2011

I Love a Parade!


Yesterday I was lucky enough to be a photographer for the Mountain Brook Mystics Halloween Parade.  It was great fun seeing the creative homemade neighborhood floats packed to the gills with very cute costumed kiddos, plus local businesses and of course cheerleaders, dancers, firemen and much more.  I couldn't pick just one so you get a collage today!

PS I caught a Milky Way thrown from a float. Life is good!

18 comments:

Helen said...

It looks like a fun day! Enjoy the milky way.

Tash said...

Boo!
Definitely a fun parade!

Pet said...

This must have definitively been fan for the kids. I remember the last time we were in Mountain Brook. Our children would have loved to be there
yesterday!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Especially like the Balloon Girl.

Halcyon said...

I like a good parade as well. Nice collage. :)

Thérèse said...

A lovely bunch of pics!

Luis Gomez said...

I love parades as well! They are fun!

SRQ said...

Looks like fun. The little pirate is cute! Nice to hear they still allow candy to be tossed from floats. I thought most cities banned that years ago.

Rachel said...

That's too cool! We were also at the parade! We got a kick out of seeing everyone dressed up.

altadenahiker said...

Who wants an old fence, anyway?

Daryl said...

You get to do so many amazing things!

Abe Lincoln said...

Well, that sounds pretty good. My favorite candy bar.

Olivier said...

belle serie de portrait d'Halloween

FancyHorse said...

What a wonderful collage! I love this kind of parade, too!

Lowell said...

A Milky Way? It's a good thing it was not a Snickers 'cause I would've snatched it out of your hands. If I was in Birmingham, that is!

I like your parade and your beautiful collage ... what a bunch of cuties. Even the balloons are cute.

Bibi said...

Nice photo collage. Make mine a peanut butter cup!

bfarr said...

What it a Milky Way Midnight? Those are my favorite : )

Bob Crowe said...

Hey, freebies! Who could object? The image on the right is the prize-winner.