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Old September 8th, 2017, 05:58 PM
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Focal Length- 35.0 mm (35.0 mm in 35mm)
Aperture- f/6.3
Exposure Time- 0.008s (1/125

That's a big parade that passed! Were there dragons?

Here one can get a genuine window into the unique colors and textures of life of a far away land. Chinatowns are like that all over the world. For the mandarin speaking visitor or resident these aere familar places and streets that they might find at home.

Today, however, Chinatown, New York might very well be behind the modern society in major growth megopolis of Beijing or Shanghai? I would guess so. But such places, have grown as integral parts of this countty. What would NY be without its ethnic neighborhoods?

Such diversity helps energize all our society!

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