What’s Andong like? Find out.
Some people say, why take a thousand photographs when you can capture one perfect one. I don’t believe in that.
I believe in taking thousands until your eyes bleed then discarding ninety-nine percent as either rubbish or with the exclamation that,’no one wants to see the bottom of my shoes’.
Plus, I’m not a good photographer. I’m a point and clicker. If I take loads hopefully one of them will turn out right.
I have a very simple process. There’s the thing I want to take a picture of. Here’s my camera. SNAP x 100000. Finished.
As I’ve left Andong, I decided to throw in a couple of pictures. Enjoy. This is a beautiful little square where at night there would sometimes be a guitar player sitting playing some beautiful songs.
Andong is famous for it’s asks. This is around a lot of trees and is really cute.
PIRATES! I’ve no idea what was in this place. It’s Korea. It could be a chicken place, a coffee shop or a barbeque place…. It could be anything. I think it was a restaurant but I was never in it.
This is just a beautiful evening in Andong.
I love this picture as those buildings look gorgeous but there’s the drop beside it. Yikes!
A lovely walk from my Hagwan to, knowing me, somewhere that sold chicken.
The water looks so pure and beautiful. Serene and gorgeous.
I loved Andong at night. Safe, relaxing and gorgeous.
The famous bridge of Andong that always changes to three colours. It’s gorgeous and one of the first things I saw here. Made my mind BLOW!
Thanks for reading, hope you enjoyed