Korea Photos

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I have FINALLY finished converting and editing my photos.
I uploaded most of them onto a private Photobucket album: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v33/namek_angel_ivy/Korea/

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I removed the password option to view it, making it completely private. If you haven't seen them yet, just let me know.

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JaydeDragon's picture
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I loved going through your photos. They were wonderful and Korea is truly beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing these with us. I truly have enjoyed them!

Ivy's picture

I'm glad you liked them, and I'm happy to share them with everyone!

ForeLone's picture
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I have gone through a quarter of your slides... might take me the rest of the week to finish. It is almost like being there.

I am a little surprised that you were actually able to follow through with posting the pictures. If it was me, I would have took my sweet time... meaning it would never get posted. It's just too much work to edit and post all those pictures; but very glad that you are not me. =0)

Ivy's picture

I have family and friends who really wanted to see these pics, especially my dad, so I was under some pressure to get these done.
Plus I took more photos recently, so if I kept waiting, I'd be backed up with hundreds of other photos to edit as well. :P

Glad you like them so far. :D

ForeLone's picture

Sometimes you gotta ask yourself if digital cameras are a blessing or a curse...

We usually take hundreds of digital photos and maybe print out about 15% for distribution.

Ivy's picture

I find them to be a blessing, so to speak. I don't have to spend money to print photos unless I really need to, like I occasionally do for my design projects. And I'm a memory hoarder, so the more photos, the better. LoL.

ForeLone's picture

I was finally able to finish viewing your photos. Took me quite a while to flip through 8xx photos. I have to say, you girls must have been pampered in that very fancy hotel. I envy you ... you get to travel... it is too late for me to travel aboard. Once you start a family, everything is harder.

Ivy's picture

Actually, that hotel was one of the cheapest we could find. It just looks fancy because Yeoido is considered a "business district." The restaurants in the hotel had expensive menus, but we didn't eat at either of them.

That was our first major travel experience in a long time, and it was done mostly as a gift for our mom. Otherwise, we don't do much traveling.