Lately, I have taken a lot of photographs. I mean, A LOT. Like, thousands. Somewhere in the sorting out of responsibilities in our union, I became the primary photography for our little family. And, don’t get me wrong, I love it. I have a blast trying to capture great shots of all the cool places we get to go and the awesome things we see along the way. I am much more at home behind a lens that I would have ever thought I could be.
However, yesterday we saw one of the most visually stunning things we have encountered since moving to Korea. And, despite having my camera with me and a fully charged battery, I have no photos of it.