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Sunday, October 21, 2007

Pampas Grass Festival, Seoul

Moi, using the tripod Tae Hun bought me
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12 comments:

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Stephen said...

The waffle picture is excellent!

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

hehe, thanks stephen! the men and their waffles. there are funnier ones where they're looking at the waffles VERY SERIOUSLY....

Actually these photos aren't very good. Tae Hun wanted to teach me how to take night photos and use the tripod he bought me but we had trouble with the focus

The ones from his camera are much better !i'll post em later.

Helena said...

The colored lights on the grasses are very cool! That must have been neat to see.

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

it was really magical !

peter said...

i want one of those waffle tacos.

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

I said I didn't want one but stole a couple of bites. The waffles had whipped cream and some kind of apple paste inside. YUM!

C said...

Oh, Eva! You are so talented! Your photos are amazing!

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

Christi are you going by "c" now? hahaha.

you are so sweet.

C said...

Haha! Yes, it's me! My blog was "discovered" by some people on the small island I live on. It's so funny, because people come up to me and say, "Oh, I read your blog every day" or "My son in Toronto reads your blog and tells me all about it!". OMG! It's a far cry from when I lived in Montreal and in Toronto...where no one cared about what I was doing or who I was! LOL!

Anyway, I decided I needed a try to fly under the radar. I guess "C" isn't very creative though, is it? LOL!

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