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  • Object of my Affection: Deer of Every Kind!

    Object of my Affection: Deer of Every Kind!
    ... but of course, living deer! I don't know what it is that excites me so much about deer. Close to where I live is a small deer enclosure. I feel so sorry for the little guys, but I love to visit them and feed them apples and walnuts.
  • The Land of Deer: Green Island

    The Land of Deer: Green Island
    Once upon a time, three friends embarked on an adventure to one of the most beautiful islands just off of the coast of Taiwan. They encountered many wonderful, mysterious things. This is their story...
  • Double Exposure Projects with Topics!

    Double Exposure Projects with Topics!
    My friend Aileen and I already made a few double exposure projects together. Almost with a previously determined theme and with wonderful results! Here I show you a small selection.
  • Exploring Seoul Forest

    Exploring Seoul Forest
    Right in the middle of the ever-expanding urban jungle that is Seoul, a masterpiece of a park called, “Seoul Forest” has been developed. With over 400,000 trees and 100 different animals, it responds to the locals' need for nature and a break from the hustle and bustle of this concrete city.
  • Artistic Arrangements of Matchsticks and Toothpicks

    Artistic Arrangements of Matchsticks and Toothpicks
    Can you envision a sculpture make entirely out of toothpicks and matchsticks? Would the red tips, with which you strike for a reaction that brings about fire, hinder or help you? The artistic mind behind the following, 'stag'gering, creations knows exactly how, and is a true visionary!
  • Theme: Animals!

    Theme: Animals!
    Animals! There's so many of them, and we all like different ones! Which one is your favorite? Maybe it's in this crowd. Welcome to the petting zoo, but please be sure to bring some snacks for the little darlings.
  • Richmond Park

    Richmond Park
    The largest park in London. Richmond Park is a 2,360 acre park within London. It is the largest of the Royal Parks in London and Britain's second largest urban walled park after Sutton Park, Birmingham. The park is famous for its red and fallow deer, which number over six hundred. It is so big, you can't see everything in one day. So we decided to try the route suggested by the Walks in London book by Rough Guides which I recently bought.
  • Seoul Forest, where Sculptures, Children and Deer Meet

    Seoul Forest, where Sculptures, Children and Deer Meet
    Months before, during the planning of our trip, we chanced upon the mention of Seoul Forest in one of the Seoul guide books. We have never heard of it and we were intrigued that it has an eco-forest where there were deers!
  • The Imposing, Floating Torii

    The Imposing, Floating Torii
    One of the most photographed places in Japan, this is a clear and spectacular example of the fusion of nature with man’s handy work. The warrior chief Taira no Kivomori, built the first Torii in the 12th century. The current structure (constructed in 1875) measures about 16 metres in height and has a four-pillar structure for stability.
  • Miyajima: The Holy Island

    Miyajima: The Holy Island
    Have you been to a place where you can FEEL the history? Have you been to a place where you can FEEL the existence of the God? If you haven't, this is the place.