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Chinatown in san Francisco is the largest and oldest Chinese settlement in the United States. It lies in the heart of the city, near the financial district and the racy North Beach area on the other side.
san francisco, city, urban, architecture, chinatown, culture, asian, ethnic, tourism, attraction, bustling
Barbara Brown is a mental health professional and an avid photographer. She lives in northern California and enjoys nature and all types of photography.
It is a busy place isn’t it. Really nice documentation of old building styles with new signage.
Yes, very busy!! The bustling and cultural influence is wonderful. difficult to take photographs tho!! Too bustling and crowded.
– Barbara Brown
I toook a few but am not real happy with the composition. it is so crowded that it is difficult to plan out a shot real well!
A vibrant slice of life.
Thank you so much Georgie!!
Outstanding image of these old buildings with alot of history…Barbara!! and I agree with Failing Memory…Those street lights are very interesting! To bad the crowd made it so difficult ! excellent work ..wtg!
Thank you Carla!! There was certainly no way to set up a tripod and even grabbing a hendheld shot was challenging. People walking by and bumping ino you!! it is quite a bustling place. Still plan to work on a few of my shots to see what will happen.
Thank you so much Heloisa!!
Thank you Scott!
Great work. Love the detail.
Thank you so much Steffan!
Congratulations on your Top Ten Placement in our challenge!
Thank you so much Tama! i am honored!
wondeful image, Barbara. your pic brings me nice memory. i walked there once. Congrats for many featured.
So glad it brought back good memories!
Fantastic capture :-)
A belated thank you Jeanne!