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Leeds West Indian Carnival
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Young woman wearing a colourful and elaborate costume created for the Leeds West Indian Carnival

View of a young woman wearing a colourful and elaborate costume created for the Leeds West Indian Carnival. She is dressed in blue and is supporting a white 'cage' on her shoulders where fish appear to be swimming in and out. A huge canopy of flames in red, orange and gold fan out behind her. The very first West Indian Carnival in Britain was held in Leeds in 1967. Image courtesy of Max Farrar from the Leodis website