Sunday, February 03, 2008

The young masqueraders

It looked like carnival Tuesday with the streets filled with people, music trucks and masqueraders lining up to be judged. From a distance, young kings and queens danced while combating the cool breeze at the Queen's Part Savannah, Trinidad, West Indies. This is what Mas is, said someone, Big people play carnival.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I found the spirit of the children carnival quite energetic, I also found a mother with her two sons dressed as fancy sailors costumes. One of the boys peed at the wall behind them.

Thats why, we men have been trained from young.


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