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Long Sleeves Waved As Flags (183 views)
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Kids In The 2013 Chinese New Year Parade

Market Street between 2nd and 3rd Streets

San Francisco, California

(Photo posted Friday 1 March 2013)

(Photo taken 17:27:54 Saturday 23 February 2013)

© 2013 Bryan Costales
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Children with the Star King Public School wore costume shirts with super long sleeves. The waved their sleeves while walking which gave the effect of flags waving.

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