North-east of South Korea is a seriously impressive mountain range in Seoraksan, near by to Sokcho.
Presented to us on the first day we touched down was a thick blanket of misty fog which cut down visibility to a serious degree. Just my luck. You know what, out of all the mountains I've hiked, and there's been a fair few, I've rarely seen the view from the top.
But this time I'm not complaining, the mist added mysticism, bad pun, and some great mood to my first crack at landscape photography with the Sony.
This post is going to be short and sweet because I've committed to posting this close to midnight.
I have also created a preset pack of the Lightroom edits that I've done for these shots, in exchange for the price of a cup of coffee they could be yours.
Side note, I'm starting a YouTube channel soon where I will almost podcast/tutor on how I edit.