Yesterday’s photos were all of cherry blossoms, so today I’ll put up a few different ones. Just outside the dorm my apartment is in there is a scrawny, struggling magnolia tree. It’s not very photogenic, but here are a few isolated blossoms, superimposed against the dorm wall that I thought were interesting enough to post. By the way, if any experts look at these and think they’re not magnolia blossoms, please let me know in the comment section–I don’t claim to be very knowledgeable about flora or fauna.
Yeosu is famous for its camellia trees, and there are plenty of them on campus. Here’s just a few of them.
The next one has been slightly Photoshopped. Click for the large version to see what I mean.
Here’s a tree that has shed many of its flowers. The first is a “normal” shot, but the second is a Photoshopped version that I kind of like.
Finally, here’s a view from below the dormitories of the road which runs past the soccer field where I usually jog. The road, which you can’t see, is lined by the cherry blossoms. The red bins next to the green water in the lower right hand corner are . . . hmmm, I don’t know. This is a bit of an unusual area anyway. To the right and above the bins, out of the picture, is a strange walkway that I’ve never seen anyone use. I’ll get a shot of it some day to show you what I mean.
Ok, that’s it for the spring shots around campus. Like I said, I took a long walk to the Expo 2012 area yesterday, and today I let the bicycle out for some exercise and it took me to the Soho Yacht area, so eventually (this week, I hope), I’ll get some photos up that I took on those two outings.