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January 31, 2005
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Minolta Co., Ltd.
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DiMAGE A1
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1 second
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F/11.0
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7 mm
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100
Date Taken
Jan 30, 2005, 7:04:08 PM
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Chinatown 01 by dominickleo Chinatown 01 by dominickleo
Every year, around this time, chinatown would be over crowded. I smell Chinese New Year.
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rickygck Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2005
Red border match perfectly, if only the background modern building dissappear and form a blue sky would be better results. Overall is a very good shot. :)
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tearsoft Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2005
nice shot! i can feel the energy moving :)
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bsliau08 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2005   Photographer
Good spot u went to..
I was at the spot previously for shooting but I took it at night..
Indeed will feel the Chinese New Year mood there at Chinatown..
:-)
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nartz Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2005   Photographer
oh yeah i love cheenatown during cheenanewyear yes i do!

:)

i like the motion blur in the pic. woww.
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BlushyHush Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2005
ooh yeah... chinese new year is coming... (feb.9)
I like the angle of this shot better than the other one. :D
hmm.... red is a sign of good luck
but using this as framing ? :O_o:
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gls Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2005   Photographer
Nice take - I love how the moving people are in a blur. Looks very nice, well taken. :thumbsup:

Greg
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bleedingbride Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2005   Digital Artist
i like the shot... but the red frame kinda bothers me though...
this is actually a really awesome shot to show chinatown... :clap:
yayyyy chinese new year's comin.... yummm...
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dominickleo Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
=P I must agree that the red border seems an eye sore. =) But I've chosen red to fit the chinese new year mood. Red brings good luck.
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