Photography 101 Challenge: Warmth

As usual, I’m late and having a hard time keeping up with the tasks for the Photography 101 challenge. This is my choice for the Day 9: Warmth assignment.

This was taken in Korea back in April. I was at the market and took tons of pictures. I chose these to represent warmth for a few reasons: the soup/stew was physically hot, it tasted hot, it was full of hot spices, it also included the hot stove and hot coals, and the warmth of the Korean lady. 🙂

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  1. These photos work well for warmth: the warm color of the soup, its steaming heat, and, as you say, the friendly woman. The concentration of warm colors in the top photo makes me like it slightly better as a representative of “warmth,” but I like both photos.

    • thank you Sandi! Sorry I took so long to reply. I lost track of the emails and SO busy with work. I’m glad you liked my pictures and hope I can reply sooner next time. 🙂

    • Thank you for taking the time to comment, I’ve been so busy with work and travel to/fro I’ve just lost track of a bunch of emails. I hope you’ll forgive my late reply. I do appreciate your comments and glad you liked my post. 🙂

    • Thanks Andy. I’m glad you liked the pictures. Sorry about taking so long to reply to your comment. I just lost track of these comments for a while.
      I’m not really sure what was in the soup. I was wandering around there by myself and don’t speak enough Korean to understand. It tasted like some kind of seafood (beneath the hot peppery spicy). I didn’t really like it, but I don’t like much of hot spicy food or seafood. 😉

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