I am a couple of days early (as Lunar New Year is the 22nd) but I wanted to be first to wish everyone a wonderful Year of the Rabbit.
I went to the Chinese Flower Fair in San Francisco's Chinatown. The fair is held the week before the Lunar New Year so that families can purchase their holiday plants, flowers and fruits. It is fun, festive time:
You captured the essence of festivity of lunar new yearReplyDelete
I've seen parts of a Chinese festival once but I think they happen more in the bigger cities.ReplyDelete
Happy Year of the Rabbit!ReplyDelete
Happy Luna New Year! Looks like a great time at the Flower Festival.ReplyDelete
I would have loved to see this. We should have gone and then had some amazing food.ReplyDelete
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Very special images! Thank you for showing them in the game.ReplyDelete
Have a fine week!
Gorgeous images! I appreciate you sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2023/01/shakshuka-love-this-dish.htmlReplyDelete
I really enjoyed your photos - the rabbits of course are my favorites!ReplyDelete
Great pictures. There is a festive feel to them.ReplyDelete
I love how SF chinatown is celebrating the year of the Rabbit. The lion dance and artworks are all beautiful. Thank you for sharing these festive images with us at #weekendcoffeeshare.ReplyDelete
I don't know a lot about the Chinese New Year. You make it look colorful, fun & festive. Karen #WeekendcoffeeshareReplyDelete
Awesome photos! I was born in San Francisco, but we only lived there a year. I have to go back!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful parade. I love the big dragons. :)ReplyDelete
Lunar New Year looks like a joyous occasion! Thank you for sharing this post in the Talent-Sharing Tuesdays Link-Up 49.ReplyDelete