I'm sorry that these images may cause you distress and haunt your dreams. I'm sorry that you won't be able to "un-see" what you're about to see. For what it's worth, having a zombie clown run towards you and jump inches away from your face, thus making you want to run and hide, is one of the most terrifying events ever. I endured that for these photos. I endured that for you. You're welcome.
Halloween is fast approaching and you can feel it in the air. The fallen leaves on the ground, the carefully carved pumpkins on display, and you know, the zombies who are walking around with intense cravings for brains.
I had never seen Toronto's "Zombie Walk" before, so I was anxious to check it out this year. I had heard all about it and really wanted to witness it with my own eyes, but sadly didn't know when it was happening. That is until Sebastian and I were walking around the city, and every so often would casually say to each other, "Wow, there really are a lot of zombies out today." (No joke. Because in Toronto this is normal behaviour.)
Then, it happened. We came across a sea of zombies. It was a bloody mess. Literally.
The amount of detail that went into each look was incredible, and to be honest, frightening. While I was snapping away photos at the scene of the crime, there were times where I was actually too scared to approach some people because of how scary their costumes actually were. Blood filled the streets, open wounds were on full display, guts were hanging out everywhere, and no one was safe.
Check out some of my favourite shots, if your stomach can handle it...
winner of the most convincing zombie growl right here ^^^
Sweet dreams :)