Sunday, September 17, 2006

Another festival = diet postponed

why is that when you declared you're going on diet, free food come your way?
This girl greeted us with some mini scones at yesterday's festival, which was hard to decline. It's delicious by the way :) We're celebrating the begining of autumn (? not sure really). Anyway, my point of this photo is to show the traditional costume she's wearing (see full length photos here) . Nice ain't it?

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20 comments:

Ame said...

Hi Kris! What a darling photo...how can you NOT sample from such a sweet thing...were the scones yummy? :-)

Jazzy said...

mmm yummy =)

like the costumes, very hungarian, very hospitable people.

thanx for sharing few scones with us.

Kris said...

ame : i didnt refuse of course, i love scones (with tea)..mmmm

jazzy : you're right Hungarian are very hospitable. I've got lots to learn :)

Zsolt72 said...

seeing this photo I went to the bakery to buy some "pogácsa":)

Fashion said...

yumm...who could resist such a sweet gesture! the diet can always wait.. :P
can't help but imagine the scones will not survive a minute if its given FREE over here in Malaysia!!!

Kris said...

fashion : hahah...one person can sapu all!! Food after all is our passion ;)

zsolt : did you? trust it ease your craving .

Thank u all for stopping by :)

backpack_everyday said...

Hey Chris you happen to post a photo of some festival or the other regularly.I think I would love the Hungarian way of life with so many festivals ...

Orange County Photo said...

I love seeing the traditional clothes. I love scones too.

Juggerpix said...

Even if you didn’t like scones, how could you turn down this charming little girl?

John said...

why not a tattood forehead with the website address today ? Only joking! Send me a scone please, I love them with jam and cream.

Kris said...

john : hahahah ! i dare not! the scones have a strong cheese after taste. Its nice just eaten plainly :)

juggerpix : i love scones..in fact, i'm addicted to it !

vathsan : we do. sometimes dont even know what we're celebrating for. well, its a good way to learn load about new culture :)

Thanks u all for visitng :)

Lachezar said...

Kris, I don't know how you do it but your photos bring such joy.
And a good conversation too ...
The word pogácsa is used in Bulgaria too. It means a big round bread, well baked and adorned on top.

All the best

Keropok Man said...

i want some of those scones. looking at them makes me hungry...

maiylah said...

i know i've got to try one of those scones... lol.
the dresses are cute! will Tmicsi join them when she's older? :))

Kris said...

lachezar : i think its because i like to zoom in nearest to the subject. The feeling is intimate, i guess. Pogácsa , is used there too? we all live pretty near. Not surprising the cross culture :)

keropok : hope not too late in Singapore to still buy some for supper ;)

maiylah : the dresses of boys and girls are lovely isnt it? I hope she'll take up such activities. Seeing children do such cultural work is great :)

Ben said...

this photo makes me smile.
I was thinking why... Is it title? is it food she's holding? Oh yes, it's a smile on her face!

Natalie said...

Man, I know what you mean! Once I realized that I didn't fit into my skinny pants anymore, I decide it was time to cut back on the calories. Now everyone is bombarding me with pieces of cake and cookes and bowls of ice-cream!

luggi said...

It's like telling people you don't have a television. You could make a small living selling the free TVs that come your way suddenly.

Kris said...

luggi : hahahah...as if that'll happen :p ..:D

ben : she was so kind to pose for us ..sweet girl :)

natalie : this world is cruel!!! btw, forget about the skinny pants..i'm glad if i fit into semi-skinny ones !!

Anonymous said...

ooooooh.... pogacsa... hianyzik...

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