Mar 21, 2011

New Year Trumpets

It’s already approaching April; but I’ve still posted things that relate to new year. Sorry, I hope it would be okay with you all. Nearing new year moment every year, it’s a common thing to see vendors with paper trumpets for sale.
The photo was captured near a vegetable market in my husband’s hometown (Bumiayu, Central Java, Indonesia). I like the dragon-shaped trumpets that he carried. Did you buy trumpets for your new year’s night? I didn’t.

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11 comments:

Cafe au lait said...

Great shot!

I am a flower

Mirage said...

I didn't as well. It's amazing how this resembles sceneries back hom (Philippines)...I think we have those kind of horns to blow too! :)

Kim, USA said...

This is the same thing in the Philippines. For me this is safer than firecrackers. Great shot!
MYM

Kerapan Sapi said...

it's a very nice article..have a nice day my friend..

Luna Miranda said...

yes, and they are the safest way to make some noise during the New Year.

Mellow Yellow Monday

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous photo to start the week!

My Mellow Yellow, come and see. have a nice day!

Dhemz said...

wow! those are cute....:)

Ann said...

Is it a custom to have trumpets? I have never seen one in Sarawak.

TIPS keluarga harmonis said...

Melihat fotonya, bisa dibayangkan betapa kisruhnya lalu lintas di lokasi tersebut. Angkot,Becak, Pengasong mainan, Pedagang Kaki Lima campur baur...

Koko Bota said...

salam kenal ya....

nice blog..

eden said...

Those are nice looking trumpets. Great shot.

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