Photos: 2011 Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival

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Yes, Easter Sunday is a holy day, but it's also a festive one, as the annual Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival proves. New Yorkers love to don outlandish costumes, and this yearly march affords the creatively inclined an opportunity to do just that. While some marchers kept it simple with towering flowered hats, others went all out: Witness a reveler in full bunny regalia, or the many costumed pets that accompanied their masters.


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