A view of ‘downtown; Gohan from up by the train station.
Looking down the street instead of up. This composition is not bad, actually. I waited for two cars coming in opposite directions to fill out the empty space of the street.
More mining art.
Another kitty-cat enjoying a rest.
Supper! You can’t order a single serving of meat in a meat restaurant because, I suppose, they lose too much money on the side dishes. Especially these days when the price of vegetables has skyrocketed because of the drought ealier this spring. I ordered two servings which, as you can see, is not really that much anyway. It’s unusual for a person to eat alone in a restaurant like this. Usually people come with friends or family.
A very thin building.
On the train home there was a large group of teenagers going to Donghae. It might be difficult to see, but the girl on the right is holding up a small mirror to do makeup and check the roller in her bangs.
I had a nice rest in Gohan but photographically it was more or less a disaster. There was no theme to my photos and I am probably too shy to do documentary photography. The next time I travel somewhere I will do the detailed, abstract photography that I am better at.