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Sideshow Alley


No show is complete without a Sideshow Alley.

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  1. What a blast of colour and movement. That top shot is really good. See ... you CAN be patient and bide your time ... *grin* ...

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  2. What fun - the movement and colors in these photographs are fantastic! I especially like the top one :) something about those clouds mixed with all the colors of the ride.

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  3. Great imagery. I especially love the clowns. Carnival photography is a passion of mine, and it's not always easy to get the good shots.

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  4. Wow! These are fantastic! What a colourful and eye-catching post!

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  5. These pictures are so good. For a minute, they made me want to go to a carnival, which is really saying something since I hate carnivals.

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