Doing the Puyallup

What do all of these photos have in common? They were all taken last weekend at the Puyallup Fair, Western Washington's biggest fair. We happened to be there on a super busy day, crowd breaking - hundreds of thousands! I have yet to go to another fair that compares to this. For more of my photos go here.


11 comments:

kirstin said...

Hi! I am new to your blog- I am having such a good time reading it. I am also from Seattle but I am living in Provence (returning to Seattle on Tues.). I miss the Puyallup fair- I used to go when I was a kid. Anyway.... you should check out this blog http://cameracrowdphoto.blogspot.com/ and submit some of your photos- they are great and full of life.

LowerEatSide said...

I love that pez photo!

Katie said...

Oh, I grew up in Puyallup! I LOVED the fair. How couldn't I? Bracelet day? Scones? The best weather of the year?

Those are some great memories for me! Thanks for this post!

Lachelle, Rob & Eliza said...

Oh that really made me miss the fair! I'm going to have to take my hubby and little girl up there one of these years to experience it. Great pictures! What kind of camera do you have?

Julie said...

Great photos! Did you take them? Its amazing how little can say more.

Britt- Sparkled Vintage Charm said...

I love the Puyallup fair!!! I didn't go this year,but I will have to go next year!

Annica Lindeberg said...

Your blog is a great read - I am really enjoying myself! Please pay me a visit and read about the extraordinary designer exhibition Casa Cor that is taking place in Stockholm right now. Please also spread the word about it - I need all the marketing help I can get :-)!
Take care, Annica

Amanda Conley said...

These are good lookin' photos!

LIBERTY POST EDITOR said...

Love the photos you took. Great colour. Fun! Have any more to share? I bet they are fantastic!

Rachel said...

Thanks for all of the lovely comments. I appreciate it! I took these photos using my Nikon D80.

beth said...

hey i wore cowboy boats today. i think i was inspired.

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