I used a plugin called WordPress Gallery Slideshow to create this slideshow of the annual Highland Park Street Fair on May 17, 2009. There was also a 5K Run in the morning that ran close to my home; you can see one tired friend who did a great job of running pictured in his lime green t-shirt in the slideshow. The run was in memory of Riki Jacobs, a Highland Park resident and social justice advocate who died of Lou Gehrig’s disease.
One advantage to slideshows as opposed to posts of individual pictures is that sometimes you don’t have a lot to say about each photo, but you have a lot of photos to show. See if you can find the photo of me squinting at my daughter who has taken the picture. Raritan Avenue was crowded and diverse, as it always is on Street Fair day.
I liked the booth of paint your own bags the best. For $3/for a plain white canvas bag, kids painted the bags with acrylic paints. More on the paint your own bags booth in a coming “Guess what it will be” post soon.
7 thoughts on “Street Fair on Raritan Ave 2009”
Great way of presenting a series of shots.
There was also a little girl I recognized.
I love the use of the slideshow!
I enjoyed watching the slide show.
It looks like everyone had a good time.
That background is pretty awesome as well Leora!
I want to paint my own bag!!
Great photos, and wonderful representation of the event. You have given us a fantastic journey down the Street Fair.
Oh..neat way to see the photos..