Foliage 2013 at Seoraksan National Park

I never liked Fall: brown leaves, rain, and chilling wind – everything seems to be decaying and dying. Yet, Fall in Korea is a joyful breath of fresh air that lasts well into November. The best place to enjoy the foliage is somewhere away from the hustle and bustle of the city… However, you pay a price for the opportunity to see the dramatic beauty of Fall by having to share it with thousands of other pilgrims who also came to pay homage to Nature. And that is a very heavy price… These pictures were carefully cropped to cut out the multitudes of hikers so that nothing would distract you from the real un-doctored colors of the season.

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