An English teacher's blog about his travels and his digital art.

Yeosu University Spring Photos

Spring on campus is beautiful, and during the peak flower season quite a few locals walk or drive to the university just to stroll around the area and soak up all the color and fragrance. Those who are traveling by car or motorbike have to really watch out for pedestrians, who sometimes walk down the middle of the roads while taking photos. As a matter of fact, yours truly does the same thing, but only early in the morning when traffic is light and only after looking both ways first. 😳

So, as promised a “few” days ago, here are some spring photos of beautiful Chonnam National University (Yeosu Campus). If you’re interested, you can compare these with photos from spring of last year.

A couple enjoys a Sunday morning walk under the cherry blossoms.

Remember that I posted about having to move into a new office in another building on campus? Here’s a shot from my window in that office.

And one more, for now. I’ll put up a few more tomorrow, since I’m a bit tired tonight and ready to hit the sack. I took a very long walk to the Expo 2012 area today and snapped off a bunch of photos for a future post–hopefully I’ll get them up in a “few” days. Construction is moving along quite nicely. More later.


  1. I came here by way of your 2005 comments on shawarma in Morocco (hunting for some additional Moroccan touches for shawarma) and I’ve just kept reading…

    Goodbye morning!

    I just had to comment on these blossom pictures – they are stunning – and I thought our cherry blossom tree was pretty.

    Anyway I’ve loved your blog. You really do have quite a life and frankly I’m a little jealous!

  2. montanaron

    April 30, 2011 at 5:09 pm

    Hi, Alan. Thanks for reading the blog and thanks for the kind comment. I went to your website and, believe me, I got a powerful hunger for a shawarma. You really have some delicious-looking recipes that I’m gonna have to try. Some of the ingredients are a bit hard to find here, but the next time I’m in Seoul I’ll try to find a few of them, especially the spices. Thanks again for commenting and I’ll be sure to keep visiting

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