Capturing autumn sceneries of Korea
Guards at Gyeongbok Palace,Seoul
Dragon face inscribed on the doors of a temple
Dolly, a fun toy to ride
Typical autumn sky of Korea. Deokyoo mountain
Sun on a ride, Gyeongbok Palace, Seoul
Howard with a BIG thing. Sony F900R and Canon 500mm Zoom Lens
Gyeongbok Palace, Seoul
Setting camera gears on the top of Bukak mountain to capture the general views of Seoul
Capturing general views of a temple in southern Korea.
Sun on a ride
Looking for a good spot in the valley of Deokyoo mountain
Changdeok Palace, Seoul. For
The Officiators. They officiate the ceremony before tree felling
Before tree felling, lumberjack hits the tree with an ax, shouting "It's an order from King".
Korea Red Pine. This is 110 years old one which is about 1m in diameter & 30m in height.
The timber will be dried for more than a year and will be used for restoration of Gwanghwamun, the main gate of Gyeobgbok Palace.
Giving a bow
Master Shin.He is carpenter and also national treasure who has been restoring major buildings in palaces.
GwangHwaMun Restoration site
Cross Beam Ceremony at GwangHwaMun Restoration Site. In Korean traditional architect, they take a very import day when they install a cross beam and hold a big ceremony.
A Hand-wash bowl for officiates.
Cross beam ready to be installed. They put a box that contains a document in the beam.
Document box to be installed into cross beam.
The document to be installed in cross beam. A brief history of GwangHwaMun(Main gate of GyeongBok Palace) and the list of major participants in restoration are stated.
They will start to add roof parts after a ceremony.
A blueprint of GwangHwaMun, the main gate of GyeongBok palace which Japanese drew before they dismantle and moved the gate to the east of the Palace.
Good thing about filming is that you are allowed to enter restricted areas....:-)
Looking for a good angle...