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Namhae Grand Bridge fishing village (South of Republic of Korea) 2011년 11월 18일... 비오는 날... 남해대교가 보이는 어촌 마을에서 고공 촬영을 해봅니다. 촬영을 할려고 준비를 하는데, 비가 오기 시작합니다. 조금 오다가 말겠지 생각하고, 삼각대를 폈고 기다립니다. 결국 한시간 정도 기다리다가... 더 기달리수 없어서, 그냥 촬영을 합니다. 아..내 카메라..ㅠ.ㅠ 다시보니, 그래도 좋은 풍경이네요. 다시 구석구석 다니고 싶은 마을입니다.

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