A visitor examines the map near the exit of Asakusa train station. This area is quite the tourist area. – WY
To be exact, the exit to the Seoul Grand Park. This is a nice family theme park with a lot of different attractions – its more than a simple park with rides. There is a little zoo, camping grounds, a few museums, and heaven knows what else.
We only managed to drop by for a few hours, and that certainly was not enough! To add insult to injury, the weather was cloudy and dreary, so I did not have any good images from here. 😡
It is a highly recommended destination, as there are things to occupy adults as well as children. Remember to schedule a full day to visit! – WY
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Narrow – WY
In which we take a look at images from Seoul’s subways.
Let us descend into the subway stations. As usual there are shops in the stations selling food and drinks, household items, cosmetics, apparel, and other day-to-day items. There is an interesting and unique trait I observe:
Weekly photo challenge: Eye Spy
Lady In Underground Looking Eyeing Giant Eyes
In which we look at people and their phones in public, people in dark spooky corridors and people watching TV in the dark.
Underground surveillance – you are still being watched
In which we look at an art installation, a train cabin, and someone using a handphone.
Art Installation: Eyeing The Eyes On The Wall
Esplanade underground corridor, Singapore: This underground corridor has been turned into a public art exhibit area Continue reading “Photo Album Week 44-3: Street Photography”