Monday, April 07, 2008

The House on Telegraph Hill

You never know quite what to expect in Korea. When out in the countryside, it can often seem like you're just passing by one blue-roofed farmhouse after another. But if you let that lull you into a false sense of security you'll miss architecture like this which we photographed just outside Busan. We think it might be a café rather than a private residence, but we aren't really sure. It certainly makes for a rather strange site sitting by the road in isolation.

It also happens to be the brief cherry blossom season right now, and many of the mountains are turning green again after their bare winter. Mixed with bright pink patches, it can make for a particularly spectacular sight outside the cities. There is of course, no escape from the overhead wiring...

1 comment:

rwellor said...

I don't know Mike, I think you might have a damaged lens or something...

my pic turned out

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