There's an empty bag of Tostidos and bottle of Gatorade on the table beside the guy having a snoozefest in this screened tent. Aren't a bunch of tortilla chip carbohydrates and sport drink electrolytes supposed to give you energy ?
This look is the reason I try not to fall asleep when on public display.
Goose on the right is whispering to goose on the left, "Psssst! Hey, do you ever get the feeling that you're being watched?"
This guy in the green kilt who showed his friends something obviously hilarious. At least his green kilt wasn't lifted when he got that reaction from his pals:
This most mis-matched couple dancing a Scottish reel. It was a crowd-participation moment so you can easily identify here who's teaching who. I stick my tongue out too when I'm concentrating:
These two guys for doing a facepalm in a kilt:
This child for becoming so upset from reading the festival programme. I had the same internal reaction upon realizing no food booths were peddling the haggis I'd long awaited for:
This guy for being unable to restrain himself from paying homage to World Cup 2010:
To #2 in line here for illustrating how hard it must be to blow into a set of bagpipes. Or for having a look of the worst case of indigestion ever. Maybe it's a good thing there wasn't any haggis around afterall:
For all you Scots out there an assortment of activities were held yesterday at the 2010 BC Highland Games and Scottish Festival in Coquitlam to celebrate your heritage. I was hungry and ready to partake in loads of haggis, but I found nary a bite of it available. There was lots of other fun to observe regardless:
The RCMP Pipe Band.
Highland dancing competition.
Falconry demonstration with the largest of the falcon species - the Gyrfalcon.
A practice session by the world championship SFU Drum Corps.