From the Archive: Standing Tall

The organising of my photo archive continues, and I’ve recently finished the 2009 folders. These two photos are similar in composition so I’m posting them at the same time.

Anmok, 2009.

This fellow paused in his walk along the river to stand on a hill and watch the river mouth.

Near Hapyeong Fields, Gangneung, 2009.

I’m not sure three pine trees constitute a copse or a bluff, but some years ago the city planted a number of these near the seaside where most of the tourists come.

I’m ready to start going through my 2010 folders, but the first folder contains hundreds of pictures I made at an English camp for children. It’s going to take hours . . . .

6 thoughts on “From the Archive: Standing Tall

  1. Be strong – you’ll get there.
    I like the first one, because the proportions look all wrong – for some reason he looks enormous, and for another reason, he looks like the Jolly Green Giant in his pose.

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    1. Ho, ho ho.
      I’ve gotten to September in 2010. Hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of photos of student events at the university. Also, I seem to have started taking a lot of photographs in 2010 but didn’t learn how to delete anything. You can barely see the wheat for the chaff . . . .

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    1. Thanks. I’m not sure I’ve improved much over the years, but I am making fewer bad ‘art’ photos, if you know what I mean. Unfortunately, in the early part of the decade I took a million unnecessary photos of people. Five photos of the same person doing the same thing, and so on.

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