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authentic Mexican dinner

April 13th, 2006 at 07:37 am

Last night I met up with a couple of girlfriends and we went to a really authentic Mexican restaurant for dinner. The food was excellent! The neighborhood, not so much. I was a little concerned about my car getting jacked even though it was still light outside. It's unfortunate that the really good Mexican restaurants are in a horrible part of town. I would not go down there by myself. Really awesome, fresh tortillas, though, and a delicious, authentic Mexican drink! Only $10.

I've been messing around with my digital camera more lately, trying to master all of its features. I finished reading one library book about 35mm photography and have several more waiting for me at home. Today I brought "Photographing People" to read during lunch, as I am heading over to take more photos of the new baby tonight.

Anyone notice the gorgeous full moon? I was playing around with my digital camera's night mode last night. Wink

4 Responses to “authentic Mexican dinner”

  1. contrary1 Says:

    You make me want to ...........gads.........read??? my cameras' directions!!!
    Wonder if I've got a night mode??
    I've been experimenting with my camera too, seems silly to have it & not be able to use it!

  2. carol Says:

    Real Mexican food...yum. Nice photo there. Hope to see more

  3. fern Says:

    Really nice photo! My SO takes pix with the one i bought him ALL the time, to record 'before' and 'after' shots of all sorts of things, and whenever people get together. Looking at them later, it's a nice way to memorialize events and make them feel more meaningful.

    I used to love playing arond with my macro camera lens, and the wide angle too, 2 things digital still can't do that well.

  4. jeffrey Says:

    Drooling on my keyboard. Can't get real Mexican food in Japan - barely any type of mexican for that matter. One of the things I truly miss living here.

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