Friday, October 2, 2009

South Korea Part 2


This is another photo I took on the excursion my class of Korean English teacher's took me.  This was taken last spring with my Sony digital point and shoot camera.  I liked this tree, even though it didn't have any leaves on it; it seemed to have some character to it and I wanted to take a photo of it in front of the buildings.  My focus was not on the buildings, but the tree.

Unfortunately, I don't know how to fix the sign in the picture (it's way too bright/over exposed).  I might try my hand at removing the object - same with the person who is squatting and taking a photo...

2 comments:

Kcalpesh said...

This is a wonderful shot! I've shot trees in the past and one of the photos look very similar to this one! You can check it here Trees Also, I tried my hand on editing this photo. I've emailed it to you I think you'll like it with the person taking photo eliminated & the overexposed board fixed.....

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√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Trees have a hard time growing and so much depends on how they live. So seeing one all bent and twisted leads me to think it might be an Oak tree. It is quite nice.