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Weekly Photo Challenge: Between

This Weekly Photo Challenge is to show something that is between two things. When Donghee and I were traveling New Zealand, we didn’t have smart phones or GPS.  We used good, old-fashioned maps to get around.  We were on our … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

When I saw the subject for this week’s photo challenge, I immediately thought of our engagement photos from Korea.  Threshold is defined as that point just before a new beginning.  These photos capture the literal threshold of a door, but … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life

Yet another photo challenge photo from Prague.  What can I say?  It’s a beautiful city!

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

I took this photo while walking in a park in Bucheon, South Korea. I thought these photos of the Charlotte skyline were interesting.  It almost looks like a reflection in a lake, but they are actually reflecting off the roof … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective

A field of wildflowers… Prague’s Old Town Square.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned

Sedlec Ossuary aka “The Bone Church” in the Czech Republic attracts many tourists, but the fact that this church is decorated with the bones of 40,000 human skeletons kinda gives it that eerie, abandoned feeling.    That last picture is … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition

The end of Winter and the beginning of Spring in Queenstown, NZ. Driving along New Zealand’s south island.  I loved the pop of purple flowers next to the dark and gloomy hills!

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Top 5 Things I Miss About Korea

1.  Traveling.  Probably the thing I miss most about living in Korea is traveling.  During my short 2 years living in Korea, I was able to travel more than I ever have in all my life.  During my holidays and … Continue reading

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