Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Wordless Wednesday - Dragon Head

38 comments:

Digital Flower Pictures said...

This dragon was in the Christmas Parade in the Chinatown and Little Italy sections of Manhattan on Saturday.

ellen b. said...

Very cool. I love the colors! Happy WW!

NoorIntan said...

Georgous shot! Happy holidays... :)

Princess Haiku said...

OOhhh, just gorgeous!

Oswegan said...

Great colors on this. Nice job.

~Oswegan

jams o donnell said...

Great shot. Such vibrant colours. Happy WW and happy Christmas

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...

Pretty scary but beautiful colors.

Mrs Coetser said...

Love the colours, Great Photo.

Nadiah Alwi said...

wow! so beautiful! I've never seen one so colorful...normally it's only red and yellow and a bit of golden colors...

Sue said...

Sooo colourful! Happy WW, and happy holidays!

Back Chat said...

Stunning Photo.

Thanks for stopping by.

eastcoastlife said...

Fancy having a Chinese dragon dance in a Christmas parade! hehe...

Jim said...

Very pretty, DF. The only NYC parade I ever was at was the Halloween Parade in Greenwich Village in 2003 (daughter, Karen, ran the NYC Marathon that year).
Happy WW!
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BTW, I must have put the wrong link, the one with Nebraska snow pictures.
Sorry, the correct WW is
http://jimmiehov6.blogspot.com/
It has my 'bar hopping' photos.
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Jim said...

Correct on Dublin! We only spent an afternoon there (Dublin, not just the bar), I would come back for more.
The bar, or pub, food is great though! At at those several times while we were in the British Isles May and September this year.
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ValleyGirl said...

Oh, I LOVE the awesome colour and contrast between the dragon and the building behind it! This is a great picture!!

Mrs Wibbs said...

Wow what a colourful picture!! Very cheerful for this time of year :)

Sandy Carlson said...

Oh my! That is just wonderful. These colors are magnificent.

genny said...

Thats interesting i guess hope to see like that one day. Mine is here.

poor man's nicole richie said...

very vibrant colors! i love this photo. so full of life!

Tricotine said...

Very colorful dragon! :-)

Happy WW!

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Liza said...

Great shot! The colors are so vibrant. Happy WW!

Petra said...

Beautiful colors, I love it!

Petra

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Cool, the colors are awesome. Have a great WW. :)

Lori said...

Beautiful...I love the colors:) Happy WW.

Roger said...

Great photo Good WW to you!!
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Melissa said...

Beautiful colors. Happy WW!!

Head Gaggler said...

Just beautiful with all the colors and I love how it is looking directly at the camera. Great capture.

Gabriel said...

Very cool! And colourful too.

I love Chinese dragons... and don't even get me started about their food... :-)

Hay said...

Very striking, slightly intimidating, amazingly colourful.

Really enjoying your blog, flowers are such a beautiful gift from nature. I always think their mortality is what makes them so special...it's fleeting.

Carmi said...

I absolutely adore this photo. The colors are remarkably vivid. Gorgeously shot!

My WW contribution is now posted here:
http://writteninc.blogspot.com/2007/12/wordless-wednesday-antisocial.html

This week, I'm also participating in an online effort to help find a young woman who went missing in Montreal. If you know anyone who lives in this region, I hope you'll drop by my blog and follow the link.

Thanks so much, and happy WW!

Carmi

Joyful Days said...

Very exciting & lots of movement!

AVCR8TEUR said...

How colorful! Nice capture since those things move so fast through the parade. Those red eyes look like flames might be coming out of its mouth soon.

June said...

I love the colors and the clarity. Happy WW

catsynth said...

Fantastic colors and contrast.
Thanks for sharing.

aya said...

what beautiful colors! great capture.

Sherry said...

Terrific Picture!

Hin Man said...

An awesome shot in motion, very nice one that I can relate to Chinese New Year.

Princess Haiku said...

I came back to see this again. Really magnificent. Have you considered doing a study of dragons?

Solstice greetings and may your year be brimming with new photos and light.