Friday Photography

Seeing Red - An abstract photograph of a cherry red Chinese lantern at the Montreal Botanical Gardens during the Chinese Lantern Festival. The most common Chinese paper lantern is colored red. However, it does not only symbolize love. In Chinese culture, red has a deeper significance. Red lanterns bring happiness and warmth that reunite families especially on New Year’s Day. It also means energy, birth and marriage.

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Audrey said...

Love the details! Great capture :) One of many things I appreciate about Chinese culture is all the symbolism and puns! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

Unknown said...

Gorgeous imagery doll! xx


Stefanie said...

It's also considered a good luck color.

Unknown said...

It looks cool! Great photo! x

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Love, Airish
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