Thursday, December 31, 2009

Waiting area for the Fung Wah Bus

NYC Fung Wah Bus waiting area. This is why it's only $15 each way.

Saturday, December 5, 2009


These were my kids from pre-school. They drove me nuts, but they could be super cute when they tried..
Hyo-Eun, my superstar

Jae Hoon always photographed well

Song Lee my beauty queen (and she knew it)

Jae Hoon again in another priceless moment

Just a moment in time

Monday, November 23, 2009

Alcatraz Prison

A welcome to Alcatraz Island. Remnants of the prison, and the Native American occupancy from 1969-1970.
Guard Tower
From inside the dining hall

Don't help the prisoners escape!

Monday, October 26, 2009

Monday, October 19, 2009

Saturday, October 3, 2009


I saw someone's photo on Flickr of a really cool eye shot and I wanted to try my own. These are just Ok... I want to try with some eye make up and see if it makes a difference...

Actually, I thought it would be cool if you could get a reflection in the eye, but I didn't succeed this time. Maybe I'll try again later...

Bali- Kuta

These are some of my favorite photos from Bali... well, actually, I have a lot of favorite photos from Bali...

Friday, October 2, 2009

Suwon and Hwaseong Fortress

This first photo was taken in the market near Paldalmun in Suwon. This man is making custom designed stamps on the street.

The rest of these photos were taken at Hwaseong Fortress. If you want to know more about my trip, see my other blog.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Some more photos from Bali... Nusa Lembongan and Ubud

I've been quite lacking in inspiration lately, but I found some more nice photos from Bali that I never got around to posting, so enjoy!

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Architecture of Bali

Bali's unique architecture style struck me immediately. Compared to all the other places I've been, this style really stands out in the mind. I took these photos while passing by temples and homes. Seeing as how most Balinese are Hindus, their style is strikingly different than Korea, China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, and even Vietnam, which are traditionally Buddhist countries and are all heavily influenced by Chinese architecture style.

If you haven't noticed, I was trying lots of different angles while shooting on this trip. I'm so tired of my boring photos where everything is taken straight on. There's no character. Let me know if I succeeded in taking more interesting shots this time around... If they are too dizzying, let me know too for next time...

Statues of Bali

I was so fascinated by the stonework in Bali. Every restaurant, temple and even nicer homes had many beautiful statues. They often put their daily offering and incense on or around the statues, as you'll see. Most people in Bali practice Hinduism, unlike the rest of Indonesia which practices Islam. It was so amazing to see a different culture. I'm so accustomed to the Buddhist style that I've seen in every other country I've been to here... it was so refreshing to see something new.