Last November, my parents and I took a trip down to Kaohsiung to visit my uncle, aunt and cousins. My uncle took us to the World Games Stadium (世運主場館, shì yùn zhǔchǎng guǎn), which was designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito and the location of the 2009 World Games.
While there, I spent a lot of time sneaking photos of my family with my Vivitar Wide & Slim, only to find out later that my mother had been sneak-photographing me. She does this quite often. Once when I was back in California, I flipped through photos on her digital camera only to discover a shot of me asleep on the sofa. Then again, I can’t complain because I do the same thing to our cats.
And, yes, it took me four months to get this roll of film developed. My excuse is that I like surprises. Speaking of which, I discovered a roll of film in my camera bag from college. It’s at least 7 years old. I want to get it developed, but I’m scared of what might be on there. Hmmm. Decisions, decisions.