88 comments on “The Golden Autumn in South Korea

  1. I love the final quote by Yoko Ono…a recognition of the unique nature of each season. I also favor autumn… the hues, the fruit laden vegetation, the final sighs of the season. Love your thoughts and colorful images from Korea!

  2. Autumn can be such a mellow time and the poem by Lin Yutang is so beautiful. I love the colours of autumn, so reminiscent of life’s cycle. Captured beautifully by your eye and camera lens.

  3. THANK YOU for visiting my blog. I think that yours is a great blog. I am going to post a link to this page because I love the images and even more the poem – translated so beautifully, and carrying so much meaning. Best regards and many thanks. Vera

    • Hi Vera, thanks very much for including a link in your blog. Glad that you like the translated poem and the meaning it embodies. Have a great day!

  4. My goodness, Micheal. You are fast. I barely had time to take a breath and your smiling face is already there. Thanks for being the first.
    I love your golden fall photos. We mostly missed fall this year. We got some colors but mostly, we stayed green. It was 60 F today. We usually have a blanket of snow by now. So goes the weather.
    Have a great day.

  5. Michael,
    Thanks for checking out our blog! Your photos of fall foliage in South Korea are very beautiful. We enjoyed similar sights there on our recent travels, but somehow forgot to take photos! Thank you for sharing, they prompted a pleasant trip down ‘memory lane’, warmly Heather and Ari- postcardsfromBeijing

    • Hi Heather and Ari, it’s good that they brought back good memories. We visited Beijing last fall and viewed fall foliage in several scenic locations; unfortunately, Beijing always seems to be covered in haze and the pictures are not as good. Regards, Michael

    • Hi Frank, thanks for perusing the whole series – these were taken without any tripod and my only camera with a fixed 28mm lens. Regards, Michael

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