- Hyun & Simon’s wedding in North Carolina
- Lunch Break with Cindy at Bryant Park
- Sweater Beats / Falcons at Bounce Boat
- Sweater Beats / Trippy Turtle at Webster
- Rodrigo and Noah at Noah’s Wedding Reception
Another post where I admit that I am terrible at posting photos. It is nearing a year since I traveled to Peru and it’s about time that I post the photos that I took.
This is where I also admit that I am a horrible tourist – especially when I only bring a film camera. I’m really hesitant to take pictures when it’s on film because it’s so expensive to buy film and develop. Every picture counts. So of course, when I got all my pictures developed, I realized how little I had taken while I was there. Oops. Granted, I took a lot more pictures on my phone, but the quality isn’t nearly as lovely.
The photos below span most of the duration I spent in Peru, which is roughly two weeks. I spent the majority of the time in Lima, but I only have two photos to show for on this post. We spent a few days traveling up north in the mountains in Cajamarca, and then back down to the coast in Trujillo.
Next time I travel, I really need to take more photos.
I just realized that I’ve been hoarding a lot of my photos recently. I’m about to get another roll of film developed, but I haven’t put up any pictures online. Here’s a few photos from the Holi Fest from several months ago.
The Holi Festival is a Hindu festival held to celebrate the coming of spring. Also known as the Festival of Colors, the celebration of Holi usually involves participants coloring each other with colored powder. Holi is primarily observed in countries such as India and Nepal, but the celebration has spread to other countries as well, including the United States.
This past year, I was invited to attend the Holi Fest in Brooklyn. The venue was out of the way, but it was worth the 2-hour long trek.