Aya and I were out for a walk on Sunday when we came across a dance tournament going on in our neighborhood. The contestants ranged from students and amateurs to professionals, and the light was challenging but beautiful, just like the dances we watched.
I filed a selection of images through my agency, ZUMA Press, with one shot going to ZUMA’s Pictures of the Day, and another featured in the Wall Street Journal’s Photos of the Day. Not bad for a Sunday stroll with my lady and our cameras. Check out the whole gallery here.
The weather is getting warmer, the Asian Dust is clearing, and Gupo Market is bustling. It’s one of my favorite markets to photograph in Busan, and it’s a great place to pick up some fresh fruit, vegetables, fish, or meat. People are pretty friendly here, and if you ask nicely a lot of the vendors will let you take a portrait. I spent an hour at the market today and left with some nice images and some insanely massive strawberries.
Shoppers look at flowers for sale at Gupo Market, a traditional market in Busan, South Korea.
A woman slices roots at Gupo Market.
A man rides his bicycle past a mural near Gupo Market, a traditional market in Busan, South Korea.
A butcher dressed in a cow costume weighs meat at his shop in Gupo Market.