Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. I posted a few shots from the lantern festival for Magnificent Monday, and decided to post a few more for Travel Photo Thursday. All of the lanterns were magnificent, and impossible to choose a favorite. All of these were taken looking down from above the canal. Although, the canal was open to the public, the crowds were unbelievable. The wait to get down to the canal level was at least an hour, if not two. We were content with viewing from above and I love these shots!
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One of Seoul’s city gates….
A Korean love story….
Korean martial arts…
A Korean warrior (perhaps) guarding the festival….
A peacock breathing fire…
A Korean tiger saving a family….
A traditional performer…
Swans swimming in the canal…
Jack O Lanterns
A Chinese god (maybe?)…
(The writing appears to be Chinese.)
AND…The Statue of Liberty makes it to Seoul….
To see these beautiful lanterns come to Seoul the first two weeks in November. The festival is an annual event, and admission is free. Come early to avoid the crowds!, and for the best photo opportunities.