As promised, Kittens!
The pet store where I buy cat litter and so on is called, “The Dreaming Cat”. I wonder what these two cuties are dreaming about.
I guess this one is standing guard while its brothers/sisters sleep.
There are a dozen or so cats living in the pet shop (not for sale) and she has another ten or so at home. She spends a lot of time hoovering . . . .
This guy delivers food for a restaurant. He drops off the food at meal time and a couple of hours later comes back for the dishes, which people put just outside their door. These guys drive like maniacs to save time and why wait in line at an intersection when you can stop on the crosswalk to get ahead of the pack when the light changes? Often they don’t even wait for the light to change.
This guy’s getting a close shave to look good for the girl in the liquor ad. I think she likes him.
In the spring and summer you can buy seedlings near the downtown market. I think these might be chilli plants.
I don’t know what these might be. But I like the colour.
At intersections there are lines to show where cars shouldn’t be. Not that it stops anyone. Some scooters take these car-free zones to be parking areas for two-wheeled vehicles.
The shop owner was saying to her friend, “Why’s he taking pictures of that?” I’m not sure myself.
Or anywhere else, ya bastards.
Every house and building in Korea has one of these blue plaques showing the street name in Korean and Roman letters as well as the building number. You can be fined if it’s not displayed. On the bottom is the postal code added later as a sticker. I’m not sure if you’re allowed to make your own house number sign or if you must use these government supplied ones. At some point in history the government must have also given out free mail boxes because most of the boxes in Korea are exactly the same. With varying amounts of rust and number of dents.
These belong to the vet I go to.
I suppose the triangle is a bit bicycle-shaped if you look down on it.
I have too many photographs of this scooter and wall.
I don’t know if this is a stray dog or belongs to someone on the street. I’m also not sure if having those gas cyclinders on the street with hoses hanging about is up to code.
Our cat’s favourite place in the apartment. He usually leans on the arm and looks at people and cars passing by. He’s especially interested in children.
It’s pretty amazing that something as heavy as concrete can get pumped so high up. Hmm, I think this is where I made the photo of the happy bus in the first part of this post last week.
So, there you are. My latest film photos. The ones I like a lot, like the reed wall for protecting wildlife, will get scanned at 50MB on a high quality scanner in Seoul. Personal photos such as the pet shop lady will get printed at 4×6 so I can put them in my album and give to people. Other photos like the green onions are just for sharing online and will reside on my hard drive.
See you maybe next week!