Jung Gwang Sa Decorated for the New Year

By on Dec 23, 2012 in Korea, Photography, Where to Shoot | 0 comments

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As I drove past my favorite temple in  Mugeo-dong, Ulsan last week and I noticed that it was decorated with many lanterns and banners. I would suspect that this would be for the upcoming new year. I looked around for the director, whom I met during this year’s Buddha’s Birthday festivities, but he was not in. At any rate, this temple is always such a beautiful place to visit and just walk around. Sadly, last night it was a little on the cold side. At any rate, I got a few shots and ran back to my warm car and headed home.

To Get There: 1) If you are coming from the Taehwa Rotary, follow the main road along the taehwa river to where it splits. Follow to the left and it will be a few blocks down on your right. 2) Coming from the Sinbok Rotary: Take the exit directly opposite to the expressway and with the Dominoe’s pizza on your left. Drive straight until you see the temple on your left.




Here is the result of moving my tripod while the shutter was still open

Here is the result of moving my tripod while the shutter was still open



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