This outdoor museum of sculptures sits on the far side of a South Korean island that few people bother to set foot on. Fortunately for you, I brought back photos. The massive property that sits next to the ocean is littered with art work. It may not be your style, but it's certainly interesting.
Hole in the Heads
This one looks cooler when the tide is in, and it's a metal tree lifting out of the water.
As many of you know, I took a quick trip over to Seoul, South Korea for a few days this week. Buying some more time until I get my visa issues sorted out. I had just one day to do some exploring, so I stuck around the island where the airport was and went geocaching on 3 neighboring islands.
I stayed at the Lazy Bird Guest House, which was clean and comfortable. I recommend it.
Their Sheltie reminded me of Heidi, our Sheltie growing up.
Gulls swarm to catch chips tossed to them from the ferry
Landing on Sindo Island.
The islands are mostly rural with a lot of crops. I liked the technique used to grow these gourds.
Chicken coop on Modo Island.
I spotted these outdoor exercise stations in several parks in Korea. Smart idea.
I went to the Trick Art Museum in Takao on Saturday with the Tokyo Single's group. There are a lot of paintings on the wall made to look three dimensional, as well as other optical illusions you can take pictures with. Here's a sampling of what it has to offer.