Zombie Walk 2011

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Yet again, the city hosted the weird and wonderful zombie walk, where huge amounts of zombies walk, shuffle, limp and drag themselves through downtown streets, ending with a mass groaning at the Legislature.

20111004 - Zombie Walk-01Canon EOS 550D (T2i) · Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8
135 mm · 1/800 s · f/3.5 · ISO 400

I prefer to keep the photos on this gallery to a certain standard of . . . safety.

I’m not sure if that’s the exact word I’m going for, but I’m getting at the fact that the photos showcased here are among the more tame of what I captured that day.

I shot a full collection of sometimes gory, sometimes amusing, sometimes downright terrifying zombies this weekend, but have housed them elsewhere.

With that warning in mind, see the full set here.

And . . . “GRAAAAAH!”

20111004 - Zombie Walk-02Canon EOS 550D (T2i) · Tamron 17-50 f/2.8
17 mm · 1/640 s · f/3.5 · ISO 400

This was the scene just before the, um . . . gaggle? Bevy? Horde? Anyways, just before the zombies left Spirit Square (the square formerly known as Centennial).

Many of the zombies were applying last-minute touch-ups, and that included excess blood to drop along the way.

I’d love to have hung around the square to get the reactions of any passers-by after all the zombies left.

20111004 - Zombie Walk-03Canon EOS 550D (T2i) · Tamron 17-50 f/2.8
17 mm · 1/250 s · f/3.5 · ISO 400

The hilarious and harmless aftermath of a ridiculously unique tradition.


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