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<< Previous | 3.31.2005 | Permalink | Path

Taken: Danshui, Taipei, Taiwan @ Dec 2003
If life is always guided like a lighted path, ..... I wouldn't like that... :)
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    • Great view along the bridge. I also like the magic mood of the clouds behind.
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    << Previous | 3.30.2005 | Permalink | Light Up My Night

    Taken: My Apartment, Philadelphia, PA @ Mar 2005
    They light up my every night. :)
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      • Nice perspectives. @ March 31, 2005 12:14 AM    
      • This is great. Really like the different colours and the pattern you created. @ April 01, 2005 1:42 PM    
      • Great mosaic effect!

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      << Previous | 3.29.2005 | Permalink | The Gates at the Bethesda Fountain

      Taken: Central Park, NYC @ Feb 2005
      I didn't quite understand the art of the Gates, but it really brought bright colors to the park in the winter. It also brought people. I have never seen that many people in Central Park before. :)
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        << Previous | 3.28.2005 | Permalink | Where is Sunshine?

        Taken: Phuket, Thailand @ Aug 2004
        Where is sunshine today? I'm sick and it's raining all day.
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          • Rain or no rain, this is a beautiful coast. Looks very relaxing. @ March 29, 2005 8:43 AM    
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          << Previous | 3.25.2005 | Permalink | Chelsea Market

          Taken: Chelsea Market, NYC @ Nov 2004
          We are running out of things to do in NYC. We have been to all the tourist spots. We have been to all the museums. We don't like clubbing. Chelsea Pier is too expensive. Besides going to great restaurants for brunch and dinner on weekends, we have nothing to do between meals. And one day, we came across Chelsea Market. That gave us things to do for a little while. They have a great florist, great houseware kitchenware shops, hale and hearty soups, and several yummy bakeries where you can see them bake it right there. And then....we are running out of things to do in NYC again... Any suggestions?
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            • I like the lighting in background of this picture. @ March 27, 2005 1:00 AM    
            • Love the two figures and the way they are framed.. The light is really wonderful, as is the symmetry of the shot! :) charlie - alwayscurious.com @ March 27, 2005 1:13 AM    
            • I like the light on the floor. Where is this place exactly? @ March 27, 2005 4:44 PM    
            • Thank everyone for the comments. :) Chelsea Market is at 15th St and 9 Ave. @ March 28, 2005 4:21 PM    
            • This shot has such great warmth. Nicely done. @ March 29, 2005 8:44 AM    
            • When I get bored, I put the subway map on the wall and throw a dart at it. Then I go to the closest subway stop that I haven't yet been to. It's amazing how many of those there are between all the boroughs... and every neighborhood is so vastly different. I spent last weekend taking photos in a Harlem area I've never been to, and it was a lot of fun. @ April 05, 2005 8:37 PM    
            • Lovely shot, really! The clock, the glowing floor, the arch -- there are just so many neat elements here. @ April 06, 2005 1:28 PM    
            • color is nice. i like the reflection on the floor. @ April 14, 2005 2:12 PM    
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            << Previous | 3.22.2005 | Permalink | Bun in the Oven

            Taken: Taipei, Taiwan @ Dec 2003
            Those buns in the oven are yummy! I had a few of them. They are stuffed with tasty pork. The uncooked buns are white. The ladies there sticked them to the side of the oven, covered the oven, and let them cook for about 10 minutes. The results are soft, cripty, and tasty buns !
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              • I like the title of this shot. Very funny, not what I expected. @ March 29, 2005 8:45 AM    
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              << Previous | 3.21.2005 | Permalink | Enjoying the Foliage

              Taken: Mohonk, New Paltz, NY @ Oct 2003
              An unknown couple seemed to be enjoying the foilage.
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                • great colors, and a nice portrait of the couple as well!

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                << Previous | | Permalink | Heaven on Earth

                Taken: Mohonk, New Paltz, NY @ Oct 2003
                Isn't it beautiful? We had been looking for a place with beautiful fall foilage. My boyfriend found this place, Mohonk Montain House. It's a very expensive hotel with a hiking trail. The hiking trail is open to all visitors (I think, otherwise, we wouldn't be able to get in. :) The trail is amazing. There's a rock scramble where you sometimes have to climb up and then crawl across the dirt rock. It's like a small adventure trip. When we get up the trail, we found this amazing view of the mountain house. I just took my breath away, heheh.. :)
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                  • A spectacular location, good composition and some exquiste detail. @ May 05, 2005 12:31 PM    
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                  << Previous | | Permalink | Castle on The Hill

                  Taken: Mohonk, New Paltz, NY @ Oct 2003
                  This is a view from the Mohonk hiking trail. We really couldn't find a way to get up to that castle on the steep hill.
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                    << Previous | | Permalink | Pick Your Own Pumpkins

                    Taken: Princeton, NJ @ Sep 2003
                    It was one of those day again when it was a nice day, but we didn't know where to go. We googled around and found a place near Princeton for a fall festival. It was fun. We walked around seeing families picking their pumpkins, playing and feeding animals, hiking and looking at fall foliage, trying to find a way out from a corn maze, and having donuts and hot cider ! I missed those fun fall days. :)
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                      << Previous | | Permalink | Flat Iron

                      Taken: NY, NY @ Oct 2003
                      I went around the city that day with my best friend, Narisa, from my high school. I haven't seen her for a few years. It was great getting to share fun time with a best friend. :) We also went up to the empire state building to overlook the city at night. I have been up there many times already, but that was my first time at night. Too bad, it was raining and very foggy. Still, it was quite an amazing experience.
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                        << Previous | | Permalink | "On the Hill", Boulder, CO

                        Taken: Boulder, CO @ Jul 2003
                        "The Hill" is a street with shops where University of Colorado students hang out. The clock is located at the end of the hill and next to the university. I was there for a conference. Too bad, I couldn't drive and didn't get a chance to go hiking on a mountain nearby. My advisor told me that he went up to a mountain and hiked. It was amazing because there was still snow up there in the mountain in the middle of hot summer month of July !!
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                          << Previous | | Permalink | An Hour...Apart

                          Taken: Hoboken, NJ @ Aug 2003
                          Taken from Hoboken, NJ around an hour apart. Everyone else was playing basketball that day, and I had nothing to do. So, I went to the Sinatra Park in Hoboken with a book and a camera.
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                            << Previous | | Permalink | In the Sky

                            Taken: In the Sky over Manhattan @ June 2003
                            Flying back from Thailand...so sad leaving my family and at the same time so happy getting to see my boyfriend soon. :)
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                              << Previous | | Permalink | Royal Temple at Dawn

                              Taken: Bangkok, Thailand @ June 2003
                              The Royal Temple is called Wad Prakaew. It's located right next to the Grand Palace. We got up early that day for a boat tour at a pier close to the temple.
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                                << Previous | | Permalink | Chestnut Guy

                                Taken: Chinatown, Bangkok, Thailand @ June 2003
                                Yummy ! We also had porridge there in Chinatown, my first time ever to walk around Chinatown.
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                                  << Previous | | Permalink | Historic Thai Gate

                                  Taken: Bangkok, Thailand @ June 2003
                                  We walked around Bangkok and came across this gate. I used to see this gate everyday on a ride home from my high school, but I have never seen it this close before. It's funny that I grew up in Bangkok but didn't get a chance to appriciate the beauty of it until my boyfriend came to visit me and I got to take him around Bangkok.
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                                    • Hi!

                                      This is my first time visitting your blog ka. It's cool for girl's perspective!

                                      Regarding this picture & your story, it reminds me of one memorable quote -- You've got to appreciate what you have while you have it (from About Schmidt).

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                                    << Previous | | Permalink | Temple and a Red Swing

                                    Taken: Bangkok, Thailand @ June 2003
                                    At one point in Thai history, someone was on this giant red swing and swang it in a traditional royal ceremory. Today, it is just a remembrance. Just like any other historical places in Bangkok, I always see it from a car and never actually walk around and appriciate it. Here I am taking my boyfriend around and enjoying it.
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                                      << Previous | | Permalink | Thai Traditional House

                                      Taken: Bangkok, Thailand @ June 2003
                                      This Thai traditional house is located in "The Ancient City". "The Ancient City" is a reproduction of several important Thai historical buildings, monuments, and places. My sister drove me and my boyfriend there. She just started driving and was still a new driver. It was quite enjoyable seeing my boyfriend sitting still and being so scared of her driving.. hehe..
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