Chinese New Year is celebrated today by Chinese communities all over the world, including the Filipino-Chinese community in the Philippines. CNY, also known as the Spring Festival, marks the end of the winter season. It ends on the 15th day with a Lantern Festival. I am looking forward to niangao, popularly known here as tikoy, from my Chinese friends.:p
Linking to Mandarin Orange Monday
I've never been to a lantern festival, but they look fascinating. I love the perspective of the first photo, and what you did with the photograph of the lantern. Blessings!
beautiful orange! :)
Oh, you like niangao. I like it too.
Wishing you a happy and fruitful year of the Snake! :)
Nice post for MOM!
Happy MellowYellowMonday to you!
You did great things with your editing! You even introduced a little blue into the lanterns! I like the line pattens of the background and the way they contrast with the lantern. Thank you for sharing with Mandarin Orange Monday:)
And a Happy New Year!
Cool shots :)
Wish you a great week!
o, they were nice. I have seen similar once but they were white.
A Touch of Orange
Would love to hear your thoughts.
I love tikoy too!
Bonsai and Oranges
Wonderful orange and beautiful lampions. Great !
These lanterns look amazing - the certainly are orange!
The vivid orange colors here made my day cheerful...nothing like a New Year and happy thoughts and sweet food to brighten the day...thanks for the lovely photos! :)
Energiset kauniit lamput.
A nice light lanterns delicious. The first is my favorite
Hvor ser det godt ud.
Ha´ en god aften.
Gong Xi Fa Cai and Gong Hey Fat Choy.
happy chinese new year.
I've forgotten all about the Chinese New Year. Those lanterns look like halloween pumpkins.
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