“Korea Diary”, photos by Juliane Eirich.
Very intriguing pieces. Luvin that last one!
That first image…wow.
#4 is beautiful!
THANK you to visited my counrty ^^
awesome…..Where I can see the house???
u ar fantastic
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The upside down house is crazy, I wonder if everything inside is upside down too? I’d be scared of the car falling down. The last picture looks like the trees are painted onto the building, it’s a really interesting effect with the 101 behind and the colour of the red trees is fabulous, it would make a really nice canvas print to brighten up any room.
AWESOME PHOTOS. SERIOUSLY. I’m planning to go Korea next year, and my mission shall be to look for the upside down house!
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GORGEOUS all of them
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