January 2, 2011

Korean bridges

A few bridges in Busan, South Korea for Sunday Bridges

Bridge in Busan © Evelyn Howard 2010

You have seen some foggy photos of Busan before. Here’s another – the bridge is hardly visible.

Bridge in Busan © Evelyn Howard 2010

Same foggy afternoon

Suspended Bridge in Busan © Evelyn Howard 2010

On an clearer day… a suspended bridge 

Bridge with flowers © Evelyn Howard 2010

More fog. I love this bridge full of flowers (yes, I have posted this photo before).


VioletSky said...

the flowerd covered bridge is indeed an uplifting sight!

Sadami said...

Dear Evelyn,
I did not know Busan is such a foggy city?! I like the third photo most.
Thank you!
Cheers, Sadami

Francisca said...

Interesting, for this bridge meme, it doesn't much matter to me whether the images are postcard perfect... the meme seems to call more for a slice of reality. Good additions to Bridge Sunday, Evelyn.

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee...
So what if you've posted the one with flowers before?
This is the first time you've posted it for Sunday Bridges!

«Louis» finds it interesting that you, like Tulsa Gentelman, posted Korean bridges - the first from Korea for this meme.

L.W.Roth, said...

I love the first photo, the composition is terrific--the way the lighter section of the sky is the same width as the lifeguard's seat-- the asymmetrical balance, the play of near and far.

And of course I love the third photo. Linear architectural structures are a personal favorite.

Lesley said...

nice views. the lifeguard station is cute - I would almost expect the seat to be bouncy!

Evelyn said...

Thanks Sadami. I was in Busan in July/August. On some days, we could see nothing but white, when we looked out of the window! I have never experienced so much fog. Must be so difficult for the life guards.

Anya said...

Great photos, Evelyn!

I love the flowered bridge, so pretty!

lisaschaos said...

Oh I LOVE those flowers against the fog! So pretty! Happy New Year!

Kala said...

Love that shot of the suspension bridge!

Kaori said...

It looks almost like China (or what I imagine China to look like!) all foggy. Love the first shot with the deserted life guard stand.

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