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Chinese Lanterns

Chinese New Year decorations. Grand Place, Brussels.

Chinese Lanterns by Andrew Peter Martin, on Flickr

Chinese Lanterns by Andrew Peter Martin, on Flickr

Chinese Lanterns by Andrew Peter Martin, on Flickr

freezing when I took these the other night.
Being left handed my brain sometimes works sdrawkcab

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Well worth getting cold for.

A great series - so colourful.

I hope you had fun whilst there.

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Re: Chinese Lanterns

These at simply superb, Andy.
Great colour and pin sharp.
I like all three, but particularly like the composition of the first.
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