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Over-the-Top

Over-the-Top

This is an image I made during a week-long stay in Seoul back in October. This particular shot focuses on wealthy Korea. It is entitled "Over-the-top" as I find this is a phrase that can often be applied to Korean opulence, but also because I had to climb and lean over-the-top o the glass safety barrier at Seoul N Tower to make the shot.

Morning Mists

Morning Mists

After hitchhiking to Daehan Dawon during the early hours of an autum morning, I set up and captured the fabled mists of Boseong. This wasn't my only attempt at the shot, the weather let me down on the other occasions; and so it was incredibly gratifying to finally get the shot I envisaged.

S-bend Sunset

S-bend Sunset

The sun sets over the Suncheon Wetlands, as seen from Yongsan Observatory.

Daerungwon Dreamscape

Daerungwon Dreamscape

The early eveing sun illuminates Daerungwon's most-famed scenic spot, Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do.

Nurimaru Sunset

Nurimaru Sunset

The sun sets over the city and Gwangan Bridge, Nurimaru APEC House, Hauendae-gu. This particular image is a 6-piece panorama stitched together with Photomerge.

Veins of the City

Veins of the City

It isn't known as "Dynamic Busan" without good reason. From my Trump World helipad vantage point, the veins of the city are plain to see.

Riverside Ride

Riverside Ride

Cyclists enjoy riding under the setting sun at Daegu's riverside ARC complex. The ARC is a modern design space housing a gallery, café, and observation deck. Nearby you'll find a fantastic outdoor space featuring riverside cycling tracks.

Away from the Tourists

Away from the Tourists

Lugging my gear out of the park and off into the serenity of the surrounding hills of Boseong, South Korea was the perfect decision. Much as the tourist-friendly section of Daehan Dawon Green Tea Plantation is beautiful in its own right, eschewing the well trodden track meant I could watch the light fade out uninterrupted.

Korea in May

 

So why no blog post for a while you ask? Well I don’t know. I had something to think about then I realised…whatever…so I stopped. I could have been serious but that would have been something difficult. So I’m on the dry, blog wise. So to cheer you up here are some photographs from May in Korea, which is always a lovely month here.


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