As I mentioned in my post before, last weekend I visited the Soulard neighborhood to check out their well-known farmers market. I had been there once before (always never enough time to fully explore) but I returned again, this time with my camera in tow.
While on the way Soulard Farmer’s Market, my friends and I stumbled upon the Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival. It was a pleasant surprise, as I had no idea that it was going on this weekend, let alone right next to the farmer’s market. However, I’m not going to complain when there’s good/authentic Hispanic food available right next to me!
My favorite shot from the recent St. Louis Balloon Glow:
Earlier this week, I pulled myself together enough to go out on a jog. Although I hate running, I realize the necessity of it to keep in shape, practice good health, etc. Except ironically, the very next day, I got sick. But that’s a whole other story…
Anyway, while on this run, I came across this little trail that forked off from the main road. I actually really enjoy hiking, and I took this time to wander off and explore the trail. What I found was this beautiful little clearing with some flowers still in bloom. I took the opportunity to snap some iPhone photos of how beautiful everything looked with the sun setting. Hope you’ll enjoy them as much as I do, and remember to break away from the computer every now and then to go see nature’s beauty in person!
In my fourth and final year in university, I finally got a chance to go see St. Louis’s infamous Balloon Glow on Sept. 19.