Monochrome Madness 2-1

Korean totem markers at the National Folk Museum, Seoul

Korean totem markers at the National Folk Museum, Seoul

I’ve long been a fan of the weekly Monochrome Madness hosted by my favourite photo-blogger (or blogging photographer) Leanne Cole, and her co-curator Laura Macky. The challenge recently celebrated its first anniversary with a ‘best of’ roundup, which I would strongly recommend checking out here.

This shot was taken on one of my recent museum Fridays. I visited Korea’s National Folk Museum in the grounds of Gyeongbukgung Palace and loved the outdoor section with these fabulous totems. It was a clear, sunny winter day, so I took colour, too.

Guardians

Guardians

In the interests of advancing my nascent photography skills, I’m hoping to contribute on a semi-regular basis, so watch this space for more Monochrome Madness. If you fancy chancing your arm, find a full gallery of all the entrants for this week, and Leanne’s guidelines for taking part here.

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