Friday, 29 October 2010

Halloween Costumes

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Halloween decorations are displayed at a store in Silver Spring, Maryland, on October 28, 2010. Halloween, an ancient Celtic pagan rite, originally held to celebrate the dead and the end of the harvest season, is primarily a children's event, it also gives adults an excuse to dress up like their favorite ghoul and behave like kids. People carve pumpkins into frightening or comical faces and place them on their doorsteps after dark during Halloween which is celebrated on October 31 every year.



Halloween decorations are displayed at a store in Rockville, Maryland, on October 28, 2010. Halloween, an ancient Celtic pagan rite, originally held to celebrate the dead and the end of the harvest season, is primarily a children's event, it also gives adults an excuse to dress up like their favorite ghoul and behave like kids. People carve pumpkins into frightening or comical faces and place them on their doorsteps after dark during Halloween which is celebrated on October 31 every year.




School students wearing Halloween costumes walk past bystanders during their annual Halloween celebration in Manila October 29, 2010. Halloween falls on October 31.




An 'Avatar' mask (C) is displayed at a store with other Halloween decorations in Rockville, Maryland, on October 28, 2010. Halloween, an ancient Celtic pagan rite, originally held to celebrate the dead and the end of the harvest season, is primarily a children's event, it also gives adults an excuse to dress up like their favorite ghoul and behave like kids. People carve pumpkins into frightening or comical faces and place them on their doorsteps after dark during Halloween which is celebrated on October 31 every year.




Halloween decorations are displayed at a store in Silver Spring, Maryland, on October 28, 2010. Halloween, an ancient Celtic pagan rite, originally held to celebrate the dead and the end of the harvest season, is primarily a children's event, it also gives adults an excuse to dress up like their favorite ghoul and behave like kids. People carve pumpkins into frightening or comical faces and place them on their doorsteps after dark during Halloween which is celebrated on October 31 every year.




A woman selects Halloween decorations at a store in Silver Spring, Maryland, on October 28, 2010. Halloween, an ancient Celtic pagan rite, originally held to celebrate the dead and the end of the harvest season, is primarily a children's event, it also gives adults an excuse to dress up like their favorite ghoul and behave like kids. People carve pumpkins into frightening or comical faces and place them on their doorsteps after dark during Halloween which is celebrated on October 31 every year.




A man dressed as a skeleton participates in the "Moto Halloween Party 2010" in Cali October 28, 2010. Every year, motorcycling enthusiasts dress up in outfits and ride around Cali to celebrate Halloween.




A man selects Halloween masks at a store in Rockville, Maryland, on October 28, 2010. Halloween, an ancient Celtic pagan rite, originally held to celebrate the dead and the end of the harvest season, is primarily a children's event, it also gives adults an excuse to dress up like their favorite ghoul and behave like kids. People carve pumpkins into frightening or comical faces and place them on their doorsteps after dark during Halloween which is celebrated on October 31 every year.




An employee arranges Halloween decorations at a store in Silver Spring, Maryland, on October 28, 2010. Halloween, an ancient Celtic pagan rite, originally held to celebrate the dead and the end of the harvest season, is primarily a children's event, it also gives adults an excuse to dress up like their favorite ghoul and behave like kids. People carve pumpkins into frightening or comical faces and place them on their doorsteps after dark during Halloween which is celebrated on October 31 every year.



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