The streets of Busan, South Korea

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  1. tirediron

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    From three days of wandering around the Busan/Pusan, South Korea, area:

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    i really like the second and third one!

    the bar in four is kinda distracting but the train is cool.

    nice captures :D
     
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    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Thanks, and yeah, I agree about the train shot, but there was nothing I could do there "Must stay behind yellow line, must stay behind yellow line!!!"
     
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    Great Shots
     
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    All of the pictures are very different so therefore interesting and outstanding. Something I have not seen before..a great collection!
    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I actually really like how the train photograph was shot - those bars down the center of the shot are unusual, but this is an example of an image that clearly breaks the rules of composition and works, for me.

    It just looks real.
     
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    Great shots.
     
  8. tirediron

    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Thanks everyone! My goal with these was to try and show a cross-section of the city. Altogether in three days I shot something like 800 images with about 25-30 keepers out of that (These aren't necessarily what I consider the best, but the best overview). Unfortunately the conditions were crap, high humidity, overcast skies...
     
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    I love looking at places I haven't been - please post more. Love #2
     

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