Saturday, May 29, 2010

Oksan Views

It was a beautiful day on Thursday. One of those days when you can see forever. These days aren't that rare, but I decided to take advantage of the opportunity to go up on the roof of the kindergarten and take some pictures of the surrounding countryside.

The Hosanna Kindergarten where I work one day a week, is set on a hill, so it's commands quite a view.

Cheongju is off to the east, and some hills and countryside are to the west.
North and south is a kind of vally between mountain ranges. It's pretty from up there, and not too bad when you're down in it.

There're a lot of rice paddies around the town, and they're being flooded at this point in time, as the Kim Kadiddlehoppers get ready for planting.

Here's an aerial view of Oksan's main drag, leading off east to Cheongju.

As I've said in previous posts, it's not much more than a wide spot on the road, but it does have a few highlights.

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