Right around Anneliese's first birthday, we did a really fun family photo shoot in Hanford's Chinatown neighborhood, China Alley, with Retrospective Imagery (whose photographer has now moved to Pensacola, FL). So I thought it would be fun to take both of the kids back there for a few pictures before we left California.

The area has rich history and significance for the Hanford Chinese population, and a Moon Festival is held each year in October.

But what I love, for photos, is the rich colors and different textures which line the street. Nothing falsely aged or weathered. Just real 125-year-plus buildings.

Goodbye, beautiful China Alley!

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1 Comment on Hanford, CA China Alley Photos

  1. Patti says:

    Hello!
    What time of day did you take these pictures?

    Thanks,
    Patti

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