I took thousands, tens of thousands, of pictures when I lived in South Korea and visited other countries in Asia. People back home might not have had a good sense of where I lived and where I'd gone, and can't relate to much of what I write on my blog, but they can certainly enjoy the pictures and see what I've seen.
Often when I visit someplace particularly interesting, to me, I end up doing a post on it, and you'll find loads of pictures and descriptions in the category "My travels." You can also take a look around my Flickr page. Here's a selection from my folder "Greatest hits," with some of my favorite pictures from South Jeolla province:
The green tea fields in Boseong county.
Canola flowers along Suncheon's Dongcheon stream in March 2008.
A flower garden at the 2006 Gangjin Celadon Culture Festival.
Looking at the East Gate in Naju through cherry blossoms in Namsan Park, in 2008.
Cherry blossoms in Suncheon, April 2009.
Some cute pups locked up in a disused section of a Gwangju university.
A shot of what might be called downtown Yeosu, from Yeosu Grand Bridge.
Totems at Suncheon's Nagan Folk Village in 2008.
A beautiful fall day on Gangcheonsan, admittedly in North Jeolla province, in 2009.
A picture of Suncheon Bay in August 2007.
And there it is a year later.
There's plenty more on my Flickr page, though I've fallen behind with my uploads and haven't even started thinking about planning to intend to label all of them, but I'll get around to that soon enough.
Some of my pictures have accompanied my contributions to local newspapers and magazines, and I am pleased to have twelve, as well as an interview, in the Moon Living Abroad in South Korea guidebook released in December 2009.