This is a personal journal of my photo and myself who is suffering from chronic laziness. I’m trying to enjoy the research work around academics…..well, mostly tired in my research of saving the world, through.

I’m a member of Raysoda which is a great gallery for Korean amateur and professional photographers. You can find not many but some of my effort there, too.

I’m also a proud member of flickr. I love this community and post all my works there. The images on this photoblog are all ported from this lovely community. You can find my flickr page at,

You may already recognized the braille in my blog banner above. Yes, it’s true that braille is only readable by touch, but the idea that I put that braille (it’s in braille) is to remind us diversity in our human community.
Also, I uses only grayish colors (well, a little bit of blue, too) for my blog design, so the color blind (my little son is partially color blinded and a good friend of mine either) can see the same design as the ‘non color blind’ see. I know these are not perfect at all by any means but I think it’s worth trying, at least….

In order to encourage myself not to loose flavor and enthusiasm for photo shooting, I’m participating in some communities like, and post my list my photo for PhotoFriday challenge with nickname ‘mountainbread’.

Minolta DIMAGE Xt,
DIMAGE Z2 (gone now),
Pentax *istDs with,
- Pentax DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL lens
Hard; MacBook Pro, Dell Dimension 4600
Soft; OS X, iPhoto, Safari, Firefox, GIMP, Gaim, Adium, Filezilla, Cyberduck, Vim6.2, Flickr.

You can contact me through,
yeonsang [at] gmail [dot] com
Yahoo; komang96
MSN; komang96 [at] hotmail [dot] com
AOL; yeonsang
ICQ; 20036138

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    Hijeje says:

    "Mountainbread's works are so relaxing and moving, they make me feel like I am actually at the location where they were taken. And because I am not actually at the location, when I look at his photos, they make me wish I were there.
    Now I can say that Mountainbread's photos are beautiful, evocative, well composed, and delicious.
    Makes me want to be there, cherish and protect."

    July 13th, 2005

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    Auntie K says:

    "One of my all time flickr favorites is Mountainbread’s “Red on Snow” photo. He transforms the often-overlooked signs and wonders in our lives into thoughtful visual and written commentary. A day without Mountainbread is like a day without my glasses. He helps me see the beauty all around me!"

    May 23rd, 2005

September 2004
Jonesboro, AR, USA
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