Halloween Decorations in the French Quarter

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Halloween Decorations in the French Quarter

Next to Mardi Gras, Halloween is the most exciting time of the year to be in New Orleans.  New Orleans folks love the Halloween parade, costume parties, cemeteries, voodoo shops, and especially the decorations in the French Quarter.


This article will give you a good idea of how you can decorate your balcony for Halloween and easy ways to make homemade Halloween decorations.  These are just like lawn decorations, but there are mainly wrought iron balconies and galleries in the French Quarter.  People make zombies, ghosts, witches, dis-membered dolls, spiders, skeletons, and a lot of other ghoulish characters.  Many people in the French Quarter of New Orleans go to great lengths to outdo their neighbors with their Halloween decorations! The festivities around this kind of year are really something to look at. In fact, almost every other holiday is as well! Here is another article by Christopher Ryan on Christmas in the French Quarter!


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About The Author

Christopher Ryan is an international photographer specializing in conceptual portraits in unique environments, such as abandoned buildings and picturesque landscapes. His work breaks the barriers of race, age, and geographic location, capturing the energy and exuberance of the human form. He was influenced by his unusual upbringing in the American South. He seeks to retain the virtues of Southern Charm while abandoning pre-conceived notions of prejudice.

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