Bijarim Forest: Walking on Red
The Six Suns
Jeongbang Falls: Into the Ocean
Bounty of the Sea
Caught in a Drizzle
Columnar Joints at Jungmun-Daepo Coast
Those columnar basalt rocks are interesting. I only knew of the ones in Ireland. I love the lines and color of Yakcheonsa Temple. Bounty of the sea reminds me of clambake in Maine, USA. Thank you for sharing.
The “Giant’s Causeway?” Have you seen it?
It sure looks interesting in books! I wonder how it looks like in real life. 🙂
Only in photos. Basalt can take so many fascinating forms. I’ve seen this structure before in the American West but not on the scale of your beach or the Giant’s Causeway. I was looking closely at some of your other seaside photos to check out the rock formations and saw a lot of interesting igneous formations.
The coast line of Jeju looks like from a different world. Thank you for capturing such beauty.
It sure is! You should see it personally. You’ll fall in love with Jeju. 🙂
Wah! Jeju is beautiful! Another reason to go back to SoKor! love the last pic! Stunning!
So beautiful 😀
Jeju is indeed an awe-inspiring place and very picturesque. I used my phone cam to snap the shots, but it looked awesome still.
When I went there, I enjoyed the Sangumburi crater, Gimnyeong maze and Manjanggul caves. I want to go Jeju again.
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