We love looking at all the costumes. People take this seriously and the costumes are creative and many are quite unique.
|I could tell a funny story about this picture but I don't want to embarrass someone. If you see me you can ask me.|
|Even dogs wore costumes.|
|Halloween ghosts were strung across the street.|
|This guy loved posing for us.|
|This guy also asked if I got his picture okay.|
|This is hard to see, but the mad scientist shot ghosts of candy out of the cannon.|
|I wonder if they are all related.|
|Even jelly fish!|
|And of course, a little princess!|
|The sun was there. The moon was too.|
|These were the judges for the costumes.|
|Some houses along the parade route are decorated. This one had entertainment on the porch.|
|A grandfather clock.|
|These people were over the top with their yard....strobe lights,||an electric chair and quite a little ham in the chair.|
|There were a couple of grave yards with humorous tombstones, for example: "Claire Voyant. She didn't see it coming."|
|Great carved pumpkin display.|
|Big bird carried a sign saying "Save me". (no comment)|
|From the porch of this building, Boosilini makes announcements and encourages the children to yell for candy as he throws some out to the crowd. There is also a screaming contest.|
|The Great Boosilini!|
I am still learning how to use my camera especially at night. I used the flash to be able to capture the wonderful costumes, but it takes away the ambiance.
You cannot see the candle burning in this jack o'lantern, so I took a picture without a flash. Below is the result.