Seoul City, On High Ground
Sometimes it is always good to just take a break from creating nature and outdoor photograph especially when travelling. For me, staying and exploring around the city can also be a fun thing to do. Even though it can be challenging at certain point, but it always require a different approach when shooting in an urban setting. Choosing the right composition, waiting for the right timing, selecting the appropriate angle and foremost, a lot of walking!!!
Anyway, to cut the story short, we were on a trip to the beautiful city of Seoul, South Korea few weeks ago. Though we only stayed for a couple of days, however we manage to take the time to check out some of the interesting places to photograph. Among them, one is the Seoul Tower which located right at the peak of Namsan Mountain. It a huge park on a hill with lots of green and places for a leisure evening stroll. We decided to go to the top of the tower to see the city from a high aerial view. The sky was beautiful and sunny on that day, which gives us a great opportunities to photograph. Below are some photos which have been taken on that particular day.
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This entry was posted on September 17, 2013 by Paul Chong. It was filed under My Photography Stories and was tagged with arts, black and white photograph, city view, cityscape, high tower building, iconic tower, Namsan Park Mountain, photography, Seoul, Seoul Tower, skyline, South Korea, urban fine art photography, urbanscape.