Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Kyongju Palace (2)

For Vintage Weekly, here's another photo from a palace in Kyongju, South Korea, from a 1998 trip there.
You will probably notice a slowdown in my posting for a while as I don't have the time to devote to blogging right now. But don't worry, I'm not going anywhere, and I'll keep posting even if it's only once or twice a week.

11 comments:

  1. Such a peaceful and beautiful place and a wonderful capture! Always glad to see your posts/photos whenever you have the time, but you are missed!! Give Socks a pat from Sam and I! Enjoy your evening and have a good tomorrow!

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  2. wonderful to see another land.

    boulders amongst trees and water is always gorgeous.

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  3. I feel the same way, it's a little time consuming during the holidays plus working.

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  4. I haven't exactly figured out why, but blogging is very cylical...sometimes I keep up, and sometimes I don't. But, I always keep reading...

    You do seem to have a lot of pictures from travel overseas. South Korea must have been an interesting trip.

    Great Vintage Weekly Photo!

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  5. What a beautiful place. How blessed you are to have been able to visit there.

    Thank you for your kind words, Al. I deeply appreciate you. ((hugs))

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  6. · Well, one or twice is good. So, we can have enough time to coment...
    · Nice photo, nice place.

    · Hugs

    ·CristalRasgado· & ·LaMiradaAusente·
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  7. Hi Al, love the photo of the
    palace in Kyongju, so romantic!

    PS: I think that where I live the oriental lily bloom, sprout and grow in the winter to spring. I must to replant my lily to the ground very soon.

    But as I am not an expert, I Google and I see that: "Oriental lilies are available in a wide variety of plant sizes and bloom colors. They grow from bulbs which should be planted in the spring or fall. The bulbs do not go dormant and should not be stored. Select and prepare the planting site before purchasing the bulbs so they can be planted right away. When planted properly, they will provide bright colorful blooms for weeks every summer with minimal care."

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  8. Don't worry--I think we are all a little overwhelmed with the holidays right now. I got behind over Thanksgiving, and am having a terrible time getting caught up! :-)

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  9. Seems a very nice place to visit!
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Happy day****

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  10. That has to have been such a wonderful trip. Blog when you can (after all this isn't supposed to be a job! ...I never do understand how people who still go to work ever find time to blog. I'm retired and still don't always have the time I want). Will look forward to your beautiful posts whenever you find the time.

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  11. A lovely place! Thanks for sharing! I too find it takes time to blog but it is rather addictive. I wish you a good sunday!

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