Vintage portrait of two Japanese boys in traditional happi coats and headbands (with bows). They are also holding some kind of sticks and another item that looks like a giant flower - not sure what this is, but maybe related to a local festival? This photo is from a found wooden box of vintage Japanese portraits that appear to have been taken by a portrait photographer, possibly between the 1930s to 1950s in Japan. and image via Vintage Japan-esque on Flickr
The Hillbilly Days Festival. Since 1977, Pike County has been celebrating Hillbilly Days. This nationally known annual event is a fundraiser to benefit the Shriner's Children's Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. Held in Downtown Pikeville, April 20 - 22, this is one festival you've got to see to believe. The festival is attended by over 100,000 folks and continues to get bigger and better each year.