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New York City Hall, New York City, New YorkNew York City HallNew York City, New YorkI've always thought that running a food pushcart like this would be a fun job, almost like running my own little restaurant. But, as I was waiting...Chinatown, New York City, New YorkChinatownNew York City, New YorkThe Lion Dance is a form of traditional dance in Chinese culture and other Asian countries in which performers mimic a lion's movements in a lion...Chinatown, New York City, New YorkChinatownNew York City, New YorkMany people like to touch or pet the Lion Dancers thinking that it will bring them good luck for the coming year. Another thing people do for luck...Chinatown, New York City, New YorkChinatownNew York City, New YorkHere's a closer, more detailed, look at one of the Lion Dancers that come out during the Chinese New Year celebration.Chinatown, New York City, New YorkChinatownNew York City, New YorkVibrant Chinatown is a densely populated neighborhood in New York City that draws both foodies and tourists to its many Chinese and Southeast Asian...St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, New YorkSt. Patrick's CathedralNew York City, New YorkEvery time I enter St Patrick's Cathedral I am filled with a sense of awe. It's a place that can make you feel small and humble yet at the same...Astoria Blvd Station, New York City, New YorkAstoria Blvd StationNew York City, New YorkThis was taken at the Astoria Boulevard subway station while I was waiting for the train to come and take me into Manhattan. It's still kind of...The Shops at SkyView Center, New York City, New YorkThe Shops at SkyView CenterNew York City, New YorkAside from the lion, an additional figure is often involved in the Chinese Lion Dance: namely a little Buddha with a hand-held facial mask. This...Epcot, Bay Lake, FloridaEpcotBay Lake, FloridaThe Morocco Pavilion in Epcot's World Showcase is one of the most interesting and photogenic areas in Epcot, and thats saying a lot! This fountain...Epcot, Bay Lake, FloridaEpcotBay Lake, FloridaThe red torii gate in the World Showcase Lagoon at Epcot is based on the one that serves as the entrance to the Itsukushima Shrine on the Inland...World Showcase, Bay Lake, FloridaWorld ShowcaseBay Lake, FloridaThis was taken, of course, at the China Pavilion in Epcot's World Showcase. When I shot this, I was laying on the floor looking up at the ceiling...Reverend Zombie's House Of Voodoo, New Orleans, LouisianaReverend Zombie's House Of VoodooNew Orleans, LouisianaThis is one of the most unique, and creepy, stores I have ever been in. The people working here were very nice and friendly though, driving home...Bally's, Las Vegas, NevadaBally'sLas Vegas, NevadaThere's no easier way to hit your favorite destinations on the Strip than by riding the Las Vegas Monorail. This is the entrance to the Bally's...Oxford Circus Station, London, EnglandOxford Circus StationLondon, EnglandThis is one of London's deeper Tube stations. Oxford Circus is proud of its escalators, and rightfully so. From street level, it's a long ride down...London, EnglandLondonEnglandI saw these iconic red telephone kiosks all over London but I never saw anyone actually using one, except for tourists using them while posing for...Westminster Abbey, London, EnglandWestminster AbbeyLondon, EnglandThe grotesques that hover on London’s Westminster Abbey are true gargoyles, with waterspouts for mouths. They’re also a creepy counterpoint to the...Eiffel Tower, Paris, FranceEiffel TowerParis, FranceThe Eiffel Tower—or as the French call it, La Tour Eiffel—is one of the world’s most recognizable landmarks. The tower was designed as the...Eiffel Tower, Paris, FranceEiffel TowerParis, FranceThe Eiffel Tower—or as the French call it, La Tour Eiffel—is one of the world’s most recognizable landmarks. The tower was designed as the...Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, Paris, FranceCathédrale Notre-Dame de ParisParis, FranceThe magnificent roses of the transepts at Notre Dame Cathedral date from 1250 to 1260. Unlike most of the glass in Paris, and much of France, these...Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, Paris, FranceCathédrale Notre-Dame de ParisParis, FranceMost architecture of medieval cathedrals included gargoyles. The most famous examples are those of Notre Dame de Paris. Although most have...
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