Tag Archives: Chinatown

Chinatown – The Bloody Angle

Deep in the heart of Chinatown lies a street with a very violent history which has garnered it the nickname of The Bloody Angle; the deadliest street in American history.  Doyers Street is a very short and narrow street bent … Continue reading

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Chinatown – Fresh Food

I’m inclined to believe that just about every city (or at least every big city) has it’s own Chinatown but to me the one in New York City will always be my favorite as it was the first one I … Continue reading

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Chinatown – New York City

Manhattan’s Chinatown is a neighborhood in lower Manhattan and is home to the highest concentration of Chinese people in the western hemisphere; population of around 90,000 to 110,000. I went on a photo walk with a fellow photographer who lives … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – Monochrome in Chinatown

F 7.1 – 1/200 – ISO 100 – Sigma 50mm Art – Canon 5D III – Topaz BW effects  

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Fancy meeting you there…

We were just about out of Chinatown when I noticed these “doors” were up and open on the sidewalk (anyone know what they are called?)  As we walked past I thought I saw some movement and I was right! There … Continue reading

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Chinatown – Philadelphia

Back in June when we were in Philadelphia for Comic-Con, we would go walking through the local area site seeing as well as looking for places to eat.  We had just left a sushi place on the day these photos … Continue reading

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