Easter Parade: Peeps Finally Find a Home
The pink bunny peeps finally find a home atop this straw Easter bonnet in front of St. Patrick's cathedral on Sunday afternoon.
make the jump for a few more Easter Parade pix
The Easter Parade, a New York institution since the 19th century, closes 10 blocks of Fifth Avenue from 10am till 4 pm, and improvised (and often absurd) costumes are the order of the day. Here are a few more photos of the festivities:
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