Walk in the Park

This afternoon I took a walk through the park near my house. This park is one of my favorite places to take pictures. There are ponds, flowers, pagodas, and the park is always busy.  The Expo Bridge connects the park to the Expo Center where there is an amusement park, art galleries, etc. Here are a few shots from my walk today.

Hope you enjoyed these shots, next week I'm going to a Mountain Park called"Maisan", it's famous for its rock pagodas and a Buddhist temple built by a hermit monk.


 It has been a while since my last posting, I've been entering contests and traveling. Here are a few photos I took last year when my son David and his wife Liane came to visit us here in Korea.

Homeward Bound

Hunting Island, South Carolina

"The golden moments in the stream of life rush past us, and we see nothing but sand; the angels come to visit us, and we only know them when they are gone.George Eliot

McIntosh Book Shoppe

Sadly, my vacation in Beaufort is coming to an end.  So I made one last stop at the McIntosh Book Shoppe on Bay Street (my third this trip).  I love old books and the stores that sell them, and dearly miss not having one on Third Street in Geneva.

Today I acquired a new lowcountry cookbook, an autographed first edition of Beach Music, by Pat Conroy, and an older (c. 1912-37) book, Dick Sand, by Jules Verne.  This is a book store I could spend the better part of an afternoon browsing, and find something of interest on every shelf.

I found this terrific article about owner, Wilson McIntosh, here.

I am looking forward to being back home soon.