The other day I had wanted to go down (from Seoul) to Manlipo, S. Korea to shoot some photos for the PJ section. Manlipo is where S. Korea recently had it's worst oil spill in it's history. By the time we got down there it was approaching dusk and I didn't get any really good PJ shots. It was very cold (-10 C?), very windy, and snowing. My 18-200 VR sucks in these conditions even with the ISO bumped up (17-55mm F/2.8 is on the way!!! yeah!!!). I did capture one decent image (even if I forgot to turn the ISO back down for the landscape--frozen fingers and a numb mind only go so far). Please critiqe the post processing (mostly plenty of contrast in RAW, NIK noise reduction, and sharpening), technique, and composition. I know forground is lacking but there was nothing to include except the flat concrete dock that I was standing on.