It was March 23rd when I took this picutre.
Those ones already blossomed too much.
I was told the best time for the pink apricot blossoms was in the middle of March.
This is my first serious experiment of spot shot into the light.
I don't know if it looks good enough.
I'll appreciate if anybody let me know what to do more and what to learn.
Tongdosa(Tongdo Temple) is near the city of Busan, South Korea.
You can take a bus at Nopo-dong Bus Terminal in Busan.
The bus ticket is 2,100 won(more than $2) and it takes exactly 30 minutes.
And you need a 30-minute walk from Tongdosa Terminal to the temple.
You have to pay 3,000 won(about $3) at the entrance of the temple.
If you get there between 11:30AM and 12:30PM, you can get some nice temple lunch for free.
On the way there, you'll face the pine tree-arched path enjoying the scent from the trees. You'll feel fresh blowing all your worreis and stress.
The area of temple is huge but quiet, so it's always nice to walk around.
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kbr61263 (10) 2011-04-02 0:01
im no technical expert but I shoot into the light quite often and would be happy with this, you still have reasonable sky colour as contrast. the overall effect is very nice. I would look for a shadow of a branch and shoot from in it at the backlit blooms