Taking pictures at night doesn’t get any more exciting than having your camera perched on top of a bit of a wood with a 20m drop in front of it, and a light breeze from behind. This is from Namsan Park looking out over the … Continue reading Night Seoul
I came across these straw pies in Namsan Park and have no idea what they are for. Each pie is linked by a thick rope to the rest. I’m guessing they contain something that is in danger of floating away and so needs to be tied down. … Continue reading Park Pie
The National Museum of Korea is a vast chunk of a lost alien spaceship that fell to Earth and landed in Seoul. The plucky Koreans turned it into their national museum. This is as much of the spaceship that I could fit into my camera. It … Continue reading National Silhouette
There are spectacular views of Seoul from the top of Namsan Park, and compared to some big cities you can actually see through the haze. I took a cable car to the top, which was a little too squashed to be enjoyable. You can pay extra … Continue reading Seoul Panorama
This appears to be a statue of Chewbacca and President Lincoln. They could be frozen in carbonite, but it’s so cold it wouldn’t make much difference. I’m not sure but that could also be the Little Mermaid at the bottom. Maybe she is helping Chewie … Continue reading Chewie & Lincoln
Maybe this is a reminder that someone somewhere is watching. They are likely to be wearing a hat. Be aware!
Another frozen image from Helsinki, this time showing a set of buoys frozen in a dock. Not sure I’d be brave enough to take a walk across there, but I did see other people trying it a bit further along.