Every four years, Halloween coincides with the presidential election campaign. But politics was just one of the themes along Kalakaua Avenue.
This year’s presidential campaign has been scarier than usual, so Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump costumes seemed right at home.
Maybe it was the bow tie. This Donald Trump impersonator drew a lot of flak from passersby, but stayed in character. Note his hand size.
A man, a motorbike, a bird and a political statement — could have been any day in Waikiki.
It wasn’t all politics on Kalakaua Avenue. One celebrant was channeling pirate captain Jack Sparrow of “Pirates of the Caribbean” cinema fame.
Two versions of Alice in Wonderland joined a cellphone fest.
Some folks were moving faster than others along the boulevard during the annual celebration Monday.
A woman topped by Marge Simpson’s trademark blue hair was staying in touch with someone — maybe Homer?
Braving the throngs in Waikiki on Halloween can be hard work. A woman decked out as Batwoman took a break.
It was a place to see and be seen.
Not everyone was shooting photos with cellphones. This furry character had more sophisticated equipment.
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