Naksan Park 2016: The Robot Art Sculpture

Naksan Park 2016: Robot Art SculptureNaksan Park 2016: The Robot Art Sculpture
Nikon D610, 18mm, f/8, 1/400, ISO 100

This is a “fun” experiment. I usually do not take pictures of other people’s art work and do not make things this saturated. However, I thought I will do this just once for experimental fun.

This area is dotted with art sculptures and graffiti. I guess it takes a geek to recognize that this contraption with two solar panels on top is made to look like a robot. 🙂 – WY

2016 Day 162: Streets Of Myeongdong

After 3 days of black-and-white, let’s return to the world of colour!

Streets Of Myeongong 2016: Art Sculpture In The StreetStreets Of Myeongdong 2016: Art Sculpture In The Street
Nikon D610, 60mm, f/2.8, 1/1600, ISO 100

We are making a brief departure from Myeongdong next week for a visit to Bukchon. Stay tuned – WY

3 Days Of Black-And-White In Myeongdong (3)

In which we look at the final image in a series of black-and-white street photography images in colourful Myeongdong.

Streets Of Myeongong 2016: Light And Shadows In The Street 3Streets Of Myeongdong 2016: Light And Shadows 3
Nikon D610, 35mm, f/8, 1/200 ISO 100

There appears to be a strong push for the arts in South Korea. Not the “same old tired traditional tourist hook stuff” mind you, but a genuine push for contemporary and modern art creations. This level of regard for art is quite unique for an Asian country. If you are wondering, those are actually exhaust pipes for either a subway or building.

We now end this short 3-day exhibition of black-and-white in Myengdong. Something different next post – WY