Snippets of Korea


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Sick Chicken

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Hi, first time posting here, just want to share some of the photos that I had taken on my Korea Trip. Its a great place, with interesting sights and tasty food!

Appreciate your time for some comments!

1) One step at a time - Dongdaemun


2) Which stone figure should I choose - Jeju


3) As far as the eye can see - Jeju


4) Two waterfalls - Jeju
 

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5) Behind closed doors - Seoraksan


6) One moment in time - Seoraksan


7) The swan symphony - Seoul


8) Symmetry - Seoul


9) Cracked castle - Seoul
 

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:thumbsup: :thumbsup: for the Cracked Castle.

Hmm.. do you happen to have the non-B/W version of it?

:Later,
 

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#9 does it...
Maybe can add in some noise
 

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Sick Chicken said:
Hi, first time posting here, just want to share some of the photos that I had taken on my Korea Trip. Its a great place, with interesting sights and tasty food!

Appreciate your time for some comments!

1) One step at a time - Dongdaemun
Nice.. err.. Is this Cheonggyecheon Stream?

Sick Chicken said:
The branches that is blocking the structure doesn't work for me... Correct me if I'm wrong. Is this the National Folk Museum, located next to Gyeongbokgung Palace?

Just some comments. Hope you do not mind:)
 

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Pinoy said:
:thumbsup: :thumbsup: for the Cracked Castle.

Hmm.. do you happen to have the non-B/W version of it?

:Later,
Thanks, lucky shot I guess...

Here's the unedited version....
 

Sick Chicken

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noom69 said:
Pic 3 seems to be a little pixelated. Is it due to resizing or...?
Ya, resized all to 640x480. Have resized to 1600x1000 now, should look better now...:)
 

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alechim said:
#9 does it...
Maybe can add in some noise
That's interesting, never thought of that.

Tried to add some noise in the original post, looks quite nice too. Thanks!
 

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diCam said:
Nice.. err.. Is this Cheonggyecheon Stream?



The branches that is blocking the structure doesn't work for me... Correct me if I'm wrong. Is this the National Folk Museum, located next to Gyeongbokgung Palace?

Just some comments. Hope you do not mind:)
Hey you are right for both locations.

Appreciate all comments, we are all here to share and learn...:)
 

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jimtong said:
Nice series, are these photos shot in film?
Thanks.

No, they are digital. Just got my DSLR (D70s) last month and went on a shooting binge in Korea..haha.

How come you thought its film? Would like to know, thanks.
 

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Sick Chicken said:
Hey you are right for both locations.

Appreciate all comments, we are all here to share and learn...:)
Was there last Nov, late autumn. That's why I can recognised those landmarks. Like you, I went on a 'shooting spree'. Took almost 2,500 pix all-in-all. Boy! The weather was damn cold at that time...:)

Here's my take on the same location. Hope you don't mind I 'hijack' abit;p



 

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diCam said:

Nice.. err.. Is this Cheonggyecheon Stream?
yes. it is part of the stream that is immediately next to dongdaemun area if u walk from dongdaemun station towards dongdaemun stadium station.
 

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Hi Mike,

Welcome to CS!
Nice series! Really like #6 especially, gives me the cold solemn feel of the scene! :)
More pics to come perhaps?
 

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exhibitj said:
Hi Mike,

Welcome to CS!
Nice series! Really like #6 especially, gives me the cold solemn feel of the scene! :)
More pics to come perhaps?
Hi John!

Happy that you like the photos! One thing I noticed is that even though so many CSers here have been to Korea, taking photos of the same place, no 2 pictures are really alike becos we all interpret the scene in different ways. Interesting!:D

I have this pic which is quite interesting, but which I did not post earlier cos I didn't like the building in the background:

10) Shadow in the Shade:


Its a shadow of a statue, which looks like its under the tree for shade..haha.

Hope to see you around at some photo outings! Take care!
 

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