Friday, May 21, 2010

I realized that I haven't posted anything in a while! Man... I guess I've been pretty busy doing random things. Let's see...what did I do?

Watched the Dodgers lose horribly, but got a free fleece blanket!
I love Dodger's Stadium.

Went for a hike with my friend Emi.

Another view from the Griffith Observatory.
These trees look like Autumn, but those are actually some kind of blooms.

Tagged along to a friend of a friend's studio and met their really cool dragon lizard.

Stood on a rooftop and looked down on many other empty rooftops.
Bought some peonies!!! They're one of my favorite flowers.
I couldn't stop putting my nose into them, they smelled so soft & sweet!

Visited my friend Henry Diltz, who is a legendary photographer
and the most down to earth person I know.

He was signing a photograph of The Who that he took back in '67.

Went to see Patrick Park & Seawolf play at the Gene Autry Museum.
It was really crowded, and there wasn't really a stage, so I watched their shadows.


I'm leaving tomorrow for a fun week in Kaua'i! I'll be bringing my polaroid and taking lots of pictures! I will try to post some as I go, but I can't make any promises. A part of me is hoping I won't have to open my computer at all, except to get directions. :) Ok! I gotta start packing!!! Oy!

love love
p. ahn

*listening to Bob Marley while writing this to get me in that nice mellow, warm Kaua'i mood. ;P

19 comments:

  1. what is the name of the camera you use?
    great photos!
    (:

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  2. I would kill to be able to hang out with Henry Diltz for a day...

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  3. Thanks for "recommending" Patrick Park, he's awesome. Can't stop listening to "Life is a Song"...great music!

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  4. Have you been to Kauai before or will this be your first visit? It's a beautiful island! I've been there once before and I loved it. I hope you have fun! Can't wait to see the pics!

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  5. you're the best p ahn...the best




    paul

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  6. An Awwwwwwwwwesome fan of yoursMay 23, 2010 at 11:29 PM

    Woww you been doing coolio stuff lately :) hehe I've been.... Sleeping at home (if I had a blog it would be so boring)
    :D have an awesome time in kaua'i!!! Take lots of pretty pictures!!!! :)

    love your blog! :{D

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  7. I had no idea you were friends with Emi Meyer!!

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  8. Hey,

    I just started a blog and I strumbled up on yours!

    I recently discovered your music and I just wanted to let you know that 'dream'is one of the most beautiful songs I have ever listened to... it made me cry the first time. It sums exactly what life is.
    b e a u t i f u l
    I edit my pictures alot of times while listening to your songs, it's inspiring :-)
    greetings from Belgium,
    Sophie

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  9. "Watched their shadows"... haha.. Did you feel like you were at a Gorillaz concert :p

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  10. Bob Marley always gets me chilled. Bought a massive boxset of his in a great little music shop not long ago and loveloveloved it.

    Have funinthesun.

    Much love to you from an IMMENSE fan of your music, who stumbled upon it with much glee; stumbling is the best way to find the best things.

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  11. READ PLEASE!!!!
    Wow(:
    Hah. I love Your Mucisc..
    And One Day I Hope You Can Listen to Mine(:
    I'm only twelve but i know lots
    and i've been through a lot too(:
    i have a twitter.. so.. follow me(: hah..
    please..(:
    love lots,
    Brittany Burkhalter.

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  12. what? I went to that same dodger game. It was such a sad game. =(

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  13. Can I just say I love your posts? And I love the fact that you live in LA! I listen to your albums or your pandora station all the time as I work (right now too!) and it is surreal to be listening to your "wallflower" song as I read your posts about areas that are a hop, skip and a jump away from me! Have fun in Kaua'i! Hope you catch some beautiful waves. ;)

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  14. That photo that Diltz is signing looks really familiar! ty. - J :)

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  15. I was in the mood to listen to your music (it is particularly perfect for reflective moods) and I decided to check your blog while listening, as I haven't in a while. As always, I find all sorts of goodies to make me smile and laugh and wonder!

    - I loved your photo of Dodger Stadium as I am a huge baseball fan, especially of the LA teams, although I must say my heart is first devoted to the Angels as I lived in Orange County for many years.
    - That is a spectacular photo of the downtown LA skyline, from Griffith Park I assume. Did it rain the day before? Rare for it to be so clear and smogless!
    - Your photos of Mr. Diltz made me realized that, as much as digital cameras have empowered us and allowed many people to take amazing photos, there will always be a class of master photographers like him whose work is truly legendary. I mean, it's pretty hard to top something like signing one's own photo of The Who from 1967!!
    - The last photo of the shadows made me smile because I can relate to being in a situation like that, in which we can choose to get mad or disappointed and fight the situation, or we can be content and make the most of it.

    Okay sorry for the novel. Hope you had a great time on Kaua'i! Still hoping you'll do a concert in Honolulu someday, but I can understand if you don't want to work when you come to Hawai'i. Hey you need to get one of these iPads so you don't mind using it while on vacation. It's absolutely wonderful and will completely transform the way you think of your "computer". You can do fun stuff anytime anywhere, like listen to your music and check blogs, which is what I'm doing right now. :)

    Aloha,
    Robert

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  16. Hi. I just wanted to let you know that your songs are beautiful. You have such a lovely and soothing voice. I go to your music when I'm going through hard times. Thank you! :)

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  17. love your pictures! specially your polaroid stuff.

    oh and your music too :)

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