Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Another street scene from Chinatown. This street, in particular, is full with those craftsart street vendors, or food vendors, with little trolley where they cook in front of you. I did not have problem taking their pictures, first because they're not looking directly at me, and second I used the zoom :)) Une autre scene typique de Chinatown. Dans cette rue, en particulier, on y voit tout plein d'artisans, ou encore des marchands, qui avec leur installation roulante, preparent a manger devant vous. Je n'ai pas eu de probleme a prendre leur photo, premierement ils ne me regardaient pas, et avec le zoom, ca rend les choses plus facile :))

9 Comments:

Blogger chris.h. said...

Be brave! Good shot--got a good feel to it.

3/22/2006 09:34:00 AM

 
Blogger Karine said...

Thanks Chris ! I will be brave nex time and ask people if they don't mind having their picture taken :)

3/22/2006 09:59:00 AM

 
Blogger Rob said...

Nice. Buy anything?

3/22/2006 11:58:00 AM

 
Blogger Maya said...

Yum, any of the food good? a suggestion to eat while at chinatown there? :-) do the chinese there speak castellano? or many don't care to integrate?

3/22/2006 01:33:00 PM

 
Blogger Karine said...

Bob- I did not buy anything at this vendor. But we got really good sushis in the supermarket though ;)

Maya-- Sushis were cheap and good! Chinese here speak Castellano, but I have a hard time understanding them. The same as in San Francisco, when they speak English ;) Integration..humm hard to say, I don't get to see many of them walking in the street in Buenos Aires. Could that mean that they stay withing their community?.. I don't know.

3/22/2006 01:44:00 PM

 
Blogger Cynthia! said...

you can buy great things there and cheap!! Great shot, LOL: zoom!!

3/22/2006 02:14:00 PM

 
Blogger Sam said...

That looks like such a nice place to visit!

3/22/2006 05:16:00 PM

 
Blogger Kais said...

what a colorful dragonfly!

3/22/2006 10:58:00 PM

 
Blogger Maya said...

thanks karine...:-) that's funny when you said you don't understand them speaking in local language in BA or SF :-D i gotcha...

3/24/2006 10:57:00 AM

 

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