In 2007 the city's biggest costume party hit the streets for the 34th year. The theme was "Wings of Desire," but costumes of every kind were on display at Greenwich Village's proudly outlandish Halloween parade.
About 2 million spectators (one-fourth of the city’s total population), 4 million television viewers, and 60,000 participants were estimated.
''Nobody west or south of the Statue of Liberty has any idea what this parade is about. 'The sheer outrageousness of it, the absolute spontaneity - this is nothing like the way they do Halloween in other parts of the country. Ths is New York's own thing.''
(The New York Times)
Experienced in photography while he traveled in Tibet, Nepal, Thailand, Egypt, Siberia, Europe and USA. Alex believes that emotions and truth are the keystones of an outstanding picture. And he tries to tell every story with photographs that are works of art. He has numerous publications as photographer and writer in magazines and newspapers. In 2006 he had an exibition "Where are Buddah's eyes gazing" as a result of Tibet-Nepal expedition. Works purchased for private collections. He is a member of American Society of Media Photographers.