I’ve walked past this corner a number of times, but it looks much different at night.
My family and I took a trip to Pyeongchang, South Korea this weekend for a bit of sightseeing and skiing. I had hoped to see the world renown Harbin Festival ice sculptures, but alas, they had partially melted by the time we arrived. You would have never guessed that it was warm a few days before our arrival though, because while we were there we experienced blizzard conditions as you’ll see in the below photographs. Despite the weather, we really enjoyed our trip, having stayed at a traditional Korean hostel and skied the entire second day. What an adventure!
I pass by this little church everyday on my way into Camp Humphreys. It was constructed a little over a year ago to serve the farming community which surrounds it.
For me, this image says a lot about South Korea. What do you think?
My favorite photos from a walk through a neighborhood this week. A farmer burning the dried brush that has built up in his greenhouse. No doubt he is prepping for the upcoming growing season. And, yet again, my heart weeps for these chained and caged dogs.
It’s always nice when I work up the nerve to face the bitterly cold nights here in Korea and am rewarded with an image that I like!
I went on a photo walk this week at the Hyeonchungsa Shrine in Asan with a fellow photographer friend. I’ve been to this location many times, usually for family photo shoots. Every season changes the landscape completely, which makes returning here time and time again so much fun!
500 year old Ginko trees
#14. Something you wore. (How about, in light of the weather we are having in Korea (-15 C), something HE wore?)
See Photo A Day Challenge #1 for a list of what to look forward to tomorrow!
This last Friday I went on a 15-hour photowalk with a dear friend and fellow photographer. Songdo was the last stop on our day-long journey. I hope you enjoy the photos!