Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Old South Korean Village

When we were in South Korea back in 1998, we visited a preserved village. Here is the first of a series of photos from it, an old mill.
It's my Vintage Weekly entry.

9 comments:

  1. Fascinating capture, Al!! I've traveled/lived in a number of different countries, but have never been to the Far East and I do enjoy your photos from Korea so much! Thanks for sharing! Hope you and Socks are having a great weekend -- "treat-less", of course!!

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  2. Great shot, you might have to re-link this to the meme, as it appears to be re-linking back to vintage weekly instead. Thanks for posting and commenting:)

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  3. That wheel looks quite big – an unusual picture.

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  4. Hi Al...Now that is quite the hunk of
    stone.....that was not an easy job!!
    Grace

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  5. I am bemused (and envious!) of your snow covered hills. It hasn't snowed here even once this winter. I miss the snow--the way it looks, the way it falls--the way it sounds.

    Your wonderful pictures brought back the memory of snow. Wonderful capture, my Friend.

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  6. Reminds me of the wheels used in old mills around my area. They were powered by water but they look similar.

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  7. Impressive milling stones! Thanks for sharing!

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