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  1. outi says on November 15, 2012

    Kauniita sadekuvia. sade on niin paljon eksoottisempaa aina kaikkialla muualla kuin kotikulmilla:)
    Tulee mieleen Bangkok parin vuoden takaa. Jotenkin tykkäsin siitä kaupungista. Sielläkin kun satoi, niin satoi todella rankasti, taivas repesi arvaamatta, ja lakkasi sitten ihan yhtä nopeasti kuin oli alkanutkin.

  2. Ms. Somewhere says on January 13, 2013

    Hi, Satu. It’s been a while to visit your bog. I love these photos in rain and your photos make me feel like taking pictures again. I’ll bring my cameras to Thailand this time and start strolling my neighbourhood. Here I am in Jeju but will go back to Chiang Mai within this month. I was told my 101yr old(well, 102 in Korean age) granny wouldn’t make it for more than few days so I came 3 days ago. She sleeps for most of days and finally recognised me on my 2nd visit. However, we don’t know how this situation will be ended up. Hey, it’s a pity that I missed you before you left but we know we’ll come across somewhere again. Greetings to Tony and keep you warm both. 🙂

  3. Satu says on January 16, 2013

    Sejin: Are you planning to stay in Thailand for a long time? I guess you have made it to your second home by now… It’s must be important for your family that you stay at home now for some time. Good to hear your grandmother recognized you and knows you are there.

    This week I’m finishing the photos we shot in Seoul last summer, the restaurant and Hap etc… When the magazine is out I try to ask for a copy and send you one too.

  4. Ms. Somewhere says on February 16, 2013

    사뚜, Yeah, it’s my home for a while. If you need my address when things are all done, let me know. Plus, send me your new address, too. It’s getting hot here. Sending you some warm heat from the tropical land. xx

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