Temple and Drinking Fountain

Temple and Drinking Fountain, S. Korea, June, 1994

Temple and Drinking Fountain, Republic of Korea.

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I have no idea where this was. It was about 5-6 weeks into my journey and at that point, it didn’t seem to matter. I was just seeing…feeling…capturing what was presented to the lens.

Copyright 2015, O. Bisogno Scotti, All Rights Reserved

Nikon N6006 SLR,  AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.8Dexposure: not recorded, M-up mode, film: Kodak Kodachrome 64 Professional color transparency film, Manfrotto 3221 with Manfrotto 3265 pistol grip ball head,  Nikon MC-20 remote cable,  Plustek OpticFilm 7600i Ai, 35 mm film scanner, LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast 8 scanner software

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19 thoughts on “Temple and Drinking Fountain

    • tefltravelling: Thanks for liking my image “Temple and Drinking Fountain” taken on my six week circumnavigation of the South Korean peninsula in an old Hyundai. You will find many more images of S. Korea by searching the word Korea on this blog.

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    • Yes, you did capture the aura!

      I am drawn to the vibrant colours of the temples aura, so mesmerizing.

      The water fountain has it’s own aura of pure white light just off the surface of the flowing water.

      I would like to see the inside of the temple, did you enter and capture it as well, or was it too sacred to enter and photograph?

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    • Thank you. I was hoping I did. Capturing something unseen by the eye is difficult. My thinking is that if a photographer feels the aura, it will be portrayed in the image.

      I did enter this temple, but I kept my camera in my backpack out of respect. I did capture a close up of the drinking fountain only.

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  1. You have created a great homage to this special place and this beautiful country. I love this image. It has a similar effect on me as the door I love so much.

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  2. You and your images have made me fall in love with this country. It hurts my heart to think that “your Korea no longer exists”. I don’t want to believe it. This just makes your images all that much more precious.

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