When I woke up to the snow on Wednesday morning, I knew I’d have to work quickly to photograph the magical scene. As soon as I stepped out the door I could hear the snow melting. Yeongcheon isn’t dealing with the heaps of snow my friends in Gangwon-do are dealing with. Actually the snow was mostly gone by Wednesday afternoon.
The following pictures are descriptions of what the snow revealed to me.
Samsoon waits patiently as I get the right shot.
The moss woke up for a moment.
On the right, the snow reveals a lone grave.
Samsoon is getting bored with my photography. *yawn
Once again the snow reveals layers you would miss without it.
For this week’s photo challenge, Good Morning!, let me take you through my Sunday morning.
When I stepped outside this morning, this little guy was at the door. Mystery solved about the faint knocking sound I heard previously. The knock of a praying mantis is nothing like its grip. ;-)
This morning’s breakfast was a bit more special than usual. Yesterday we went to Gyeongju, and this ancient city is well-known for its famous, Gyeongju Bbang (bread). Each time I go there, I pick some up. Although it’s usually eaten as a snack, in my opinion, it makes for a hearty breakfast. The perfect companion to a strong coffee.
Don’t let them fool you. That isn’t chocolate. They’re filled with sweet red bean paste.
After breakfast, it’s time for my morning meditation: sit for a bit and then journal.
And now, my Sunday is coming to an end. If you’re in the Western hemisphere, your Sunday is just beginning. Have a wonderful Sunday!
Today, two friends, Kristina and Simon, posted two very different pictures, at opposite ends of the globe, Japan and Canada, with a title referenced to “coming out of one’s shell”. I’d say that kind of synchronicity deserves a blog post. :)