FriFotos: Golden Oldies (Pictures from my first trip abroad)
(Frifotos is a weekly photo forum on Twitter. This week, the theme is “gold,” hence why I am posting some “golden oldies” taken during my very first international trip. This is as clever as I could manage on an ear infection, go with it.)
These pictures are as sentimental to me as they are shockingly terrible to you, I would imagine. Some of them are literally pictures of nothing, but I just remember how ecstatic I was when I was taking them and it still makes me laugh. It’s amazing what fascinates us the first time we leave the country, isn’t it? Even street signs blew my mind. It’s a shame that this trip apparently occurred before I knew how to use a camera.
I’d never seen one of these before and thought it was hilarious whenever one would be stopped next to a bus. I still kind of think it’s hilarious.
Wow, what an appetizing and not at all blurry picture of my meal. Clearly my hands were shaking at the prospect of eating snails and frogs’ legs.
Good thing I was able to get this woman’s head in the shot!
Note to self: when taking candid pictures, choose a happier moment.
Ah yes, no photo of Mont St. Michel would be complete without the reflection of the bus window in the foreground.
What is this even a picture of?
Wait, this one actually isn’t bad. Is this even mine?
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