Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Ruby Red Tuesday 2


I've been seeing this meme for quite sometime but haven't a chance to join in the fun until now. I hope to  make this photo hunt a regular feature as I started liking taking pictures. This is also my first time to make a button after forgetting more than half of the things I learned ages ago using Photoshop. Hmm, I think this button needs a border, right? 

Chinese New Year 2012 was the main attraction at the mall yesterday and last weekend. I thought it would be nice subject for this. Check out the other participants here.
The Money Tree 

Ground floor before the scheduled Chinese Traditional Dances


View from the second floor, a dance in progress
I wasn't able to get shots at the start of the show and some of the preferred viewing spots have been occupied fortunately, I found a spot that afforded this view. :D 



22 comments:

  1. wow! really beautiful!

    thanks for dropping by my entry at www.gregdemcydias.com

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    1. Your welcome! I enjoyed checking out everyone's Ruby Tuesday posts too.

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  2. Interesting photographs. I'm intrigued that you made your own button.

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  3. I just realized synonyms there too. I wanted to try if I still knew some PS-techniques, barely. Anyways, will be using Ruby Tuesday's buttons :D

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  4. Perfect Ruby Tuesday captures. Thanks for stopping by Driller's Place. I see I'm not the only one who creates their own badges. I use PS-Elements 10. Love it. Have a great week.

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    1. Thanks, Driller. Oh, I haven't tried PS-Elements 10 and I don't know what version I got. I think it's way outdated but it's still perfect for my needs. lolz. I need to upgrade. Have a good week too.

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  6. Stunning festive features for Chinese New Year! The money tree is a spectacular design in red!

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    1. Thanks! I'll go and check if I did have better shot of the money tree. :D

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  7. Chinese New Year is always so colorful ! I celebrated once in London in the Chinese district, we didn't know that it was New Year but looked for a Restaurant. It was wonderful !

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    1. Hi Gattina, I think that was an opportune that you were able to experience it. We also wanted to visit Chinatown here unfortunately, its too far and from the news, it said it was already packed with people. :D

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  8. Wonderful photos. Happy RT!

    Mine's here.

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    1. Thank you. :D Heading to your link :D

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  9. Beautiful ruby captures!!

    Rubies at my page, come and see when you get a chance.

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  10. Chinese people's lucky color- RED! Nice photos:)

    Visiting for Ruby Tuesday 2! Hope you can stop by:)

    http://www.mommys4seasonsjourney.com/2012/01/sporty-design-sled.html

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    1. Yes, indeed their lucky color. :D Hopping to your link. Thanks!

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  11. while getting my cup of gong cha milk tea at megamall, i saw a money tree. something similar to one of your shots. hmm...

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  12. I think the thing I like most about Chinese New Year is the lavish use of red!


    Ruby Huichol Bead Work

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    1. True! :D Their lucky color to bring in the new year. Heading to your link.

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  13. Definitely a great subject for Ruby Tuesday -- Red, the color of celebration there!

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