Yesterday morning I got to work around 9am. The view from the foyer just outside my office was pretty blah.
About four hours later . . .
The temperature hit a scorching 30 degrees at lunch time. Walking to the university cafeteria for lunch was really hot.
Around 7pm I heard a coworker outside my office say that there was a beautiful sunset, so of course I grabbed my camera . . . I prefer the first pic here as the buildings are a little visible.
Julianne liked the darker shot better because the sky is bluer and the reds and oranges of the sunset are stronger.
I moved the camera to take in another angle that I could see from the third floor foyer window.
In August I started taking pics of motorcycles, mopeds, scooters, etc. Walking out of my office last night I came across one of the ultra-mini motorcycles that I see Koreans driving.
I had been at work since 9am, and I was walking out the door at 7:15pm or so to go and find dinner . . . some days are longer than others. I can't complain, though, when last year during the 6 month intensive English teacher training program I taught at a training center had me teaching 30-40 classes a week in the first five week session--not including prep time for lessons and test design for the content. I'll take the occasional long day at my university over that nightmare any day!
Julianne and I ate at a Korean fusion restaurant. The main dish was rice, vegetables, and pork strips in a sauce that you mix together. Side dishes include noodle soup with some mushrooms, shredded cabbage with some kind of dressing, and diced radishes.
Postmodern Proverbs: Value of Images - Rats' Race Steve Cutts "A picture's worth a thousand words so shut up, and take the snapshot, already!"
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