Runners-up (and down).
Jeju-do is a semi-tropical island off the southeast coast of South Korea. Like the Hawaiian islands, Jeju was formed by volcanic eruptions. The cental volcano, Mt. Halla, now extinct, juts so rapidly towards the sky that it claims the title of Korea’s tallest peak. Besides Hallasan, myriad beaches strewn with igneous rock and quaint, coastal cities set Jeju apart from the mainland.
The following photos are essentially B-sides belonging to an album dubbed ‘stars and stripes aspiring at sea;’ nothing special here:
Keen followers of this blog are sure to have noticed the not-too-subtle shift towards featuring more B&W photos. Let’s be honest, there is something inherently timeless about colorlessness.