5/13/13


A few weeks ago, a group of us headed down south for the Jindo Sea Parting Festival. It's a crazy natural phenomenon; a few times a year, the sea separates and leaves a path of almost three kilometers. We all bought some of those stylish rain boats and made the trek. We had a bit of a late start so the path started to close up before we could make it to the nearby island, Modo. However, it was still quite the experience.

There were lots of other activities going on for the festival. We got our portrait done, held some cute jindo puppies, and did a little painting.

You can read more about the sea parting here.

19 comments:

  1. My husband and I really wanted to go this year, but he wasn't able to get off work. :( Maybe next time. Great photos!

    -Amanda| Living in Another Language

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    1. you'll have to check it out! :)

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  2. That's so cool! I had no idea that even happened. The closest we've got in Connecticut is a land bridge that connects the beach with an island at low tide.

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  3. Looks like such a beautiful place, I always love looking through your dreamy photos. Random question if you don't mind - where did you get your jacket? I am looking for something just like it. Thanks lady!

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  4. wow, how cool is that?!?! these photos and these moments you caught are so amazing! thank you very very much for sharing!!

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  5. oh janis, you truly have the sweetest smile ;)

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  6. Wow what a fun event! Gorgeous photos as always

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  7. Hey Janis, it's lovely to read through your blog again after an internet hiatus. Looks like your having an amazing amazing time, oh my gosh! Plus your hair is so LONG! My pixie cut is now a short short bob, but it's getting there :) Glad to see your happy :)

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  8. Such a great time you must have had! :-)

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  9. Thats so interesting, I love hearing stories of phenomena's like this!

    Harri
    at-rubik.blogspot.com

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  10. Wow, that must have been such a cool experience! And those giant red boots will be a fun keepsake. xoxo

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  11. wow i've never heard of this but it sure is an interesting experience! what did you see in the water? my new blog is finally up & you should check it out at www.kelseyarkills.net :)

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  12. A beautiful blog that ive just discovered :)

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thanks so much for writing! i love hearing from you!

xo