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Boston is hosting its annual Caribbean Carnival, and on Saturday a parade wound through the streets of Dorchester and Roxbury. The outfits were colorful. Here’s a look.

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Sondra Hardy (left), crowned Miss Exquisite Lifetime Queen, shared a laugh with Constance Kirven, who was crowned Miss Exquisite Massachusetts.
Sondra Hardy (left), crowned Miss Exquisite Lifetime Queen, shared a laugh with Constance Kirven, who was crowned Miss Exquisite Massachusetts.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
One participant’s costume featured wheels.
One participant’s costume featured wheels.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
A girl wearing a large costume walked down Martin Luther King Boulevard during the parade.
A girl wearing a large costume walked down Martin Luther King Boulevard during the parade.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Dancers made their way down Blue Hill Avenue.
Dancers made their way down Blue Hill Avenue.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Malachi Barzey, 12, sprayed with gold, had a bite to eat before the start of the parade.
Malachi Barzey, 12, sprayed with gold, had a bite to eat before the start of the parade.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Wynter Mcrae, 10, waited for the parade to start.
Wynter Mcrae, 10, waited for the parade to start.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Kahlani Sadm, 6, of Fall River, waited for the parade.
Kahlani Sadm, 6, of Fall River, waited for the parade.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/Globe Staff