V10 meets H3

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And then with a mighty leap ...

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... he was gone.

We went to the Chinese New Year Celebrations today.
1st Feb 2009, 19:48  

Caine says:

Oh, cool. I like a good dragon. :)

1st Feb 2009, 20:33

SLG says:

I had planned to go today as well

1st Feb 2009, 20:34

taniwha says:

It was amazing Caine. Quite astounding. These two guys in the suit were dancing on these poles high above the ground and leaping from them. But forget the death defying stuff. The creature was so expressive, so puppyish, it was gorgeous to watch. I was transfixed.

1st Feb 2009, 20:36

SLG says:

thats amazing!!!

1st Feb 2009, 20:38

taniwha says:

It's shame you missed it SLG. But it was very, very crowded and Arctic to boot. Despite the crowds, we managed to bump into two different people like this was Hicksville, pop. 12.

1st Feb 2009, 20:44

Wendle says:

Dude, there are people in that?? I thought i was about 2 feet tall.
I love the last shot because you took a photo of someone taking the same photo... heehee.

1st Feb 2009, 21:10

yeah, those cats know a thing or two about movement. I used to go watch a dragon dance team in Leicester as they rehearsed - it's not just death defying, some of that stuff shouldn't be physically possible! Nice pics, I somehow knew you'd be first.

1st Feb 2009, 21:20

taniwha says:

Wendle - There were two blokes in it. So when they jumped, as in the last one, it had to be perfectly synchronised.

Para - thanks. It was really very elegant stuff. Pisses all over the Pantomime Horse. I would have watched more but the kids were freezing.

1st Feb 2009, 21:20

nige says:

Looks packed! How was the rest of the celebration?

2nd Feb 2009, 00:20

Caine says:

That sounds astonishing, what a great thing to be able to watch.

2nd Feb 2009, 03:49

taniwha says:

Nige - there was a good atmosphere with lots of laughing and people enjoying themselves throwing snappers. And it was absolutely heaving with people. But it was very cold and so we couldn't stay out in it too long. No aimless stroll for me yesterday ...

2nd Feb 2009, 08:19

Javama says:

Lovely pics - I didn't realise they were people either until I read the comments . I thought it was a puppet! It sounds a wonderful experience. I expect it is one of those things the children will always remember.

2nd Feb 2009, 10:34