30 January 2009
Chinese New Year Street Sights
Green mango peels look like attacking octopi.
Dyed quailettes. Too small to survive.
Oranges from China.
A duck seat.
An old amusement seat.
Radish cakes and various fried things.
Flowers for the devout.
Labels: philippines. metro manila
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