June 1, 2005

Wedding Related Food From the Weekend

POST #    1733

The top two are from the rehearsal dinner when I had to order the key lime pie (that's something I have to order if it's available). Dinner at the wedding is pictured in photos 2-5. It was a pear salad, some steak related item with tasty mashed potatoes, and a chocolate containing wedding cake.

Many more photos on Flickr including the wedding cake before it was cut and the awesome looking groom's cake which I didn't get to try.

Posted by tien mao in Food/Drink, Friends/Family at 8:09 AM



being on the west coast, tien, i really enjoy your photography. it allows me to see what I can't from here.
Do people offer you photography work all the time?
Do you eat for free almost every where?

Posted by: tien paris at June 3, 2005 5:17 PM

ha! thanks. no, i don't get offered photography work...ever, let alone all the time. and i technically didn't pay for any of the meals pictured here, but i did pay for wedding gifts, a tux rental, and the hotel.

and eating for free would be dangerous for me...very, very dangerous.

Posted by: tien [TypeKey Profile Page] at June 3, 2005 5:41 PM

I can't beleave you don't get work offers. Do you know how popular your site is? Do you let people stumble on it? Just curious.
I'm guessing, with your skill in photography you could pursue work -which could be boring, or have you found a passion about anything unique that you could go towards your own collection?
Any thoughts.

Posted by: tien paris at June 7, 2005 10:08 PM

i have a general idea of how many people see it any given day, but not how popular it is. and it's not something i hide (as far as the stumbling goes).

the whole thing about the pursuing work thing is i'm lazy, i have a day job and all that stuff. then again, if someone wanted me to take photos, i most likely would. ha.

Posted by: tien [TypeKey Profile Page] at June 8, 2005 8:31 AM

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