Tag Archive | Photography

New Orleans Bound

New Orleans Bound

Tweet With just a week left before the Christmas break at work, I am looking forward to getting out with my camera again. I already have the place picked out, New Orleans. I have been through New Orleans many times, but I have never really stayed long. About ten years ago I went to visit […]

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Daegu Arboretum

Trip to the Daegu Arboretum

Tweet During our last photography lesson, we headed over to the Daegu Arboretum to try and take some photos of flowers. It was hot out with the sun beating down and there wasn’t a lot of shade where we were. However that wasn’t the worst part of it all. That would be that there just […]

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Posted in Daegu, Korea0 Comments

A Place I Really Want to Photograph

A Place I Really Want to Photograph

Tweet So today I was searching for some crazy or funny pictures to use during one of my classes when I came across a place I have to go to photograph.   What does that look like? Yep, it’s a toilet house, and it’s right here in South Korea. It was built by the chairman of […]

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Seomun Market Daegu, South Korea

Photography Lessons at Seomun Market in Daegu, South Korea

Tweet Living in South Korea it can be difficult to find certain things in English. One thing we had a lot of trouble with was finding photography lessons done in English. I have had a Canon DSLR for awhile now, but I still don’t full understand how to properly use it. So after months of […]

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Posted in Daegu, Expat Life, Korea4 Comments

Cherry Blossoms at Suseong Lake in Daegu, South Korea

A Walk Around Suseong Lake in Daegu, South Korea

Tweet Spring is a beautiful time in South Korea. The weather turns and so do the flowers. Each year when the cherry blossoms come out might be the prettiest time of year on the peninsula. So last weekend, a friend and I took a walk down to Suseong Lake which is nearby. The lake area […]

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Posted in Daegu, Korea1 Comment

Hello Again!

Tweet It’s been awhile since I last posted – too long in fact. Time really seems to fly by here, but I guess that is a good thing. I have been back in Korea for nearly a year again which marks my 2 year point here, and I am still loving it. I have resigned […]

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Photo Friday

Photo Friday

Tweet I have taken a lot more photos since moving abroad and I can’t quite put them all up on the blog. So I thought I would share one with you each Friday.   Follow Teaching Expat on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS Feed to never miss an update.

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Daegu International Bodypainting Festival

Daegu International Bodypainting Festival

Tweet I headed out to the Daegu International Bodypainting Festival this weekend to get some practice with my new camera.  I was glad I went because I got some good practice in different lighting settings. We headed out about 3pm, and the entire cab ride out there I wondered if it would rain on us […]

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Sunrise in the Land of the Morning Calm

Sunrise in the Land of the Morning Calm

Tweet Seeing a sunrise come up over the water is something everyone should see and something I have always wanted to experience.  When I found out that there was a temple on the coast in Busan, I knew I would have to venture out one weekend to take in the sunrise.  I wasn’t disappointed. Last […]

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Carter House grounds

Photo Selected for iPhone App

Tweet I got an email back in December from a company that does an iPhone app called Schmap.  They had selected one of my photos from Franklin, TN for possible inclussion in their application.  From the looks of it, it is a map app with photos of various places.  Well today I logged into Flickr […]

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