In December of 2008 Brian Hartenstein and family left America for an adventurous life overseas to live and work throughout Asia, raising three daughters with a sense of wonder and awe at the possibility of the world. It is now 2016 and the adventure continues back home in Oregon. This blog remains as a time capsule to that period. Thank you so much to all our friends around the world. Please stay in touch. We miss you all!
Saturday, January 5, 2013
What Catches Your Eye?
Daeshing Dong, Busan: Hanging Korean Lanterns in Palace Restaurant outside Children's Play Area
GuPo, Busan: Apartment Mailboxes on a frozen Thursday Morning
TaeTi, Busan: Egg Cartons in the Outdoor Market on the way to have my Shoes Cobbled.
Nampodong, Busan: Underwear Models in Window Display.
Naktong River, Busan: Street Graffiti beneath a yukyo.
Hadan, Busan: Broken Down Punching Machine outside Cowboy Bar beneath Dong A University. Yes, it still has a taunting recording calling passers-by wimps.
Hadan, Busan: Batting Cages at Bus Stop #68. I've ridden on this bus and almost split my ribs hitting fast balls her more times than I can count.
Busan National University, Busan: Duck Socks in Outdoor Street Market.
Shin Sae Gae Department Store, Busan: Two Magpies in the Morning, Sky Garden, World's Largest Department Store.