Krewe of Thoth lavished throws on Mardi Gras 2015 parade crowds, Feb. 15 (Photos)

The Krewe of Thoth deployed 40 floats for Mardi Gras 2015, following the unique route that takes it past New Orleans hospitals and health care facilities. It was the largest of three daytime krewes that took to Uptown streets on Sunday (Feb. 15).

The theme of the 2015 procession was "Thoth Says, Express Yourself."

The krewe's 1,600 riders took that theme to heart, expressing themselves by showering parade crowds with tons of custom throws, including doubloons, beads, towels, poker chips and fedoras.

What did you catch at the parade? Share your photos and observations with other readers in the comment stream, below. You also can add pictures to our big gallery of Mardi Gras photos by readers. It's easy. Just follow these instructions.

Want to keep the party going? There are lots of parades still to come in the greater New Orleans area, and we have compiled an easy-to-use Carnival parade guide to each one, with route maps, times and themes at MardiGras.com.

Also, check out our one-stop, 'If You Go,' story with tips about parade parking, transit, regulations and other details.

If you are on the Uptown New Orleans route and feel those hunger or thirst pangs, visit our guide to 40 places to eat and drink along the Uptown parade route or browse our online restaurant guide and bar guide compiled by our staff critics.

We also have a handy guide to the quality local food trucks that will set up along the traditional St. Charles Avenue route in New Orleans.

Can't make it to the parade? NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune is live streaming many of the most popular New Orleans Carnival parade of 2015 at NOLA.com/paradecam. Grab a cold one, put your feet up and watch the processions from the comfort of home.

Watch more videos of Mardi Gras in New Orleans, like this one below.

100-year-old Mardi Gras queen Bayside Health Center in Gretna has named its 2015 Mardi Gras queen. She is nearly 100 years old.