Three Views of Gangneung Harbour

Gangneung Harbour was once called Anmok Harbour, after the village that is there. A few years ago the name was changed, possibly for reasons of tourism. All the photos below were taken with the Zeiss Ikon ZM rangefinder camera and the Zeiss Planar 2/50 lens. I’m fairly certain the film was Agfa CT Precisa 100 but, if it wasn’t, it was Fujifilm Provia 100F.

Military cargo plane flying over the harbour.
Military cargo plane flying over the harbour.
Work on the harbour (planting a breakwater) and three unofficial supervisors.
Work on the harbour (planting a breakwater) and three unofficial supervisors.
Artsy-Fartsy view of the river mouth.  The river empties next to the artificial harbour. In the distance is a place to receive natural gas (I think).
Artsy-Fartsy view of the river mouth. The river empties next to the artificial harbour. In the distance is a place to receive natural gas (I think).

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