In this slow city, public transport is infrequent. It took a while for our bus to arrive (and we were the only people on board), but once it did, scenes of nature occupied us for the rest of the day.
There was a time when I took frequent walks because I really wanted to take pictures, and this was one of those times – a nature walk through MacRitchie Reservoir on a Monday afternoon.
I’m beginning to pick up my camera again this year, after going through a generally uninspired period in photography last year. Really looking to long, slow walks with my cameras (and blogging here) again.
Jessie and I got lost while navigating the Jeju Olle trail (those were the days we did not rely on mobile data to find our way, but intensive pre-planning work, physical maps and road signs). But the beautiful scenery accompanying us on our long walk made up for it more than twice over.
Canon A1/ Tudor xlx 200 (expired)
Mamiya 500 DTL/ Kodak Colorplus 200 (last 2 photos)
Spring starts earlier in Jeju, so by the time we took the Yeongsil Trail up Hallasan in late Apr, it was already too late to see the pink azaleas that dress the mountain up for spring every year. Still, good exercise we had there!
A couple of shots taken with my Canon A1/ Ektar 100 film went wonky, and ended up really over/under-exposed. But I kinda like the mood in these selected ones taken at Udo Island in South Korea, so I thought I’ll put them up too.