A Sunny Easter Sunday

April 12, 2009

The Easter Parade is a long-standing New York tradition. From 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m, the city closes Fifth Avenue from 49th to 57th Streets so that New Yorkers wearing wacky hats can stroll along, pose and be admired. As always, the hats were colorful and creative, the photographers were plentiful and, after a week of rain, the sunny day ensured that spirits were high.

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Azalea bush girl

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Man in flower pot hat

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Eggs perched on the brim

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Girl with a hot dog

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Girls in bunny ears

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Sunflower with a view

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A hat topped with fresh tulips

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Vintage pillbox hat

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The Brooklyn Bridge made of MetroCards

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Fluttering butterflies

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Overturned Easter basket as a hat

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A real, live bunny

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Dog in bunny ears

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