Photos of Korea | Photography

I’m a woman of many hobbies, but photography holds an extra special place in my heart. I started a 365 project last Fall and did great until both my kids got sick over the holidays. Then I completely lost my mojo and only made it to day 66. So, I’m starting over on February 1st, but I’m switching it up a little bit. I’m doing a project 52 for each of my children, self portrait and landscape/still life. This seems more sustainable than my original 365 plan. I thought I’d share some photos of Korea that I took during my failed 365.

Purple Sunset

Sunset over the Han River

Photos of Korea

Jongyesa Temple

August Joy Photography

National Museum of Korea

First Snow in the City

First Snow in the City

Geongbokgung Palace

Geongbokgung Palace

I’m a planner by nature, so the project 365 gave me a little too much freedom. I like having set goals and specific topics when it comes to projects. Makes my crazy life seem a little less chaotic. I felt like my project 365 was becoming a little too haphazard. No focus.

If you want to follow along my new Project 52 starting on February 1st, click {HERE} and check out the personal projects tab. Be sure to subscribe on the upper right hand side if you want new posts sent to your inbox weekly. I promise I won’t spam you.

Have you thought about doing a personal photography project like a 365 or 52? If you have one that you instagram/blog about, I’d love to follow along. Leave me a link, so I can add you!

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    I’m on instagram @glitterbugblog I follow you already your project 52 idea is a good one, give a little more structure to the project 365 which I know I’d never keep up with. I too need goals, lists, plans and structure 😉
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    Yep! I’m doing a personal 365 of our year apart while my husband is in Korea but I’m also doing a 52 on the side!
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    These are gorgeous photos. They remind me of when I was teaching ESL in South Korea back in 2005. I lived in a small town called Yeosu. I loved visiting so many Buddhist temples. The colours are gorgeous.
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