Beomeosa Temple

Colonial Korea: Beomeosa Temple – 범어사 (Busan)

Beomeosa

Beomeosa Temple in northern Busan as it appeared in 1933.

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Now and Then: Beomeosa Temple

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A bird’s-eye-view of Beomeosa Temple from the turn of the last century.

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My husband is awesome!

 
 
There are so many reasons why Aaron is awesome, but today, I'm gonna focus on something that recently happened that made me so proud of him!  About 3 months back, Aaron was contacted by the General Manager of the brand new Park Hyatt Marine City Hotel, in Busan, and asked to submit photographs of landmarks in Busan. They needed the photos immediately, so Aaron went out right away and took the most stunning photos of 4 of Busan's most famous landmarks: Beomeosa Temple, the Gwangan Bridge, Yonggungsa Temple on the water and Seokbulsa Temple.  The Hotel's GM was over the moon when Aaorn submitted the photos and they were quickly approved by the big wigs at the headquarter in America and Aaron was promptly sent a hefty check for his work...

Dave and Meagan at Beomeosa!

We've completed our final photo shoot of the year and can not wait to see what 2013 brings our way!

Sneak Peak of Meagan and Dave

Aaron and I had a photo shoot with Meagan (originally from Texas) and Dave (originally from Perth) this afternoon at Beomeosa Temple, and there was actually a little bit of SNOW! The 4 of us romped through the snow, slid on the ice, and froze our little tushies off in the freezing temperatures, but it was all worth it, and all for the sake of beautiful photos like this one!

Saturday with Stella + Chris

Last Saturday, Aaron and I met up with our friends Chris and Stella at Beomeosa Temple for a couple shoot of the two of them!  The full post will probably go up on the photography blog sometime this weekend, but for now I'll leave you with this behind the scenes photo of our dressing room area! lol  Chris and Stella brought just about 1/2 of their closet, which was a photographer's dream - we had so many great choices! We all decided that a rustic feel would be perfect for the location of their shoot - kind of a Ralph Lauren look with a bit of funk, and they pulled it off perfectly!

Busan’s 10 Best: Beyond the Festivals and Beaches

The Gwangali fireworks festival as seen from the peak of Mt. Jangsan, undoubtedly Korea's best fireworks show. ~ Photo by P. DeMarco

View slide show here.

[Note: This article was originally published in the November 2009 issue of 10 Magazine. It was updated on 11.28.10]


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