Morning S(e)oul

February 20, 2009

In Early December 2008 I spent a few days in Seoul. I left the hotel in the early morning taking images of Seoul when the streets are still empty people going to work. I love the light at dawn: Shadows are long and the contrasts are not yet as hard as in the midday light.

While I was standing in the street waiting for someone to walk by and complete the composition, an old man stepped out of an office building and offered me a cup of coffee. These are the things that make your image about a country and its people. Thank you, Korea!


One Response to “Morning S(e)oul”

  1. this is what photography is all about. The joy of the moment when doing it. The things you keep in your heart.

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