Photos: Chinese New Year

With a large city like Los Angeles there is always something taking place. The Chinese New Year was happening in Chinatown and I’ve always wanted to see the dancing dragon so my friend and I made our way to the big city.

The interesting thing was that everyone had a DSLR. It was intimidating but as I began to shoot I noticed they were forgetting to take photos of the most interesting thing, the people reacting to the parade.

It was an awesome time being apart of a different culture 🙂

Published by Moniemuse

I enjoy making videos and taking photos. I’m married and have a little girl. I love being creative, it helps me process life and my thoughts. I make YouTube videos about my record collection and music. Thanks for visiting my site and hope to hear from you.

7 thoughts on “Photos: Chinese New Year

  1. Feels like I have been there and participated. Thanks for the awesome reportage 🙂 love the tones and contrasts the film (?) creates, by the way

  2. Heya are using WordPress for your blog platform?
    I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying to get started and create my own.
    Do you need any html coding expertise to make your
    own blog? Any help would be really appreciated!

    1. I use one of the wordpress free templates. The interface is easy to change, although there are somethings you can change only with an upgrade. Some HTML helps, it allows you to understand what you can change and not change. I mainly just use my HTML knowledge when I am adjusting my alignment on my post.

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