beyondwords would like to welcome back guest blogger, Lisa Shaw. Lisa earned a degree in Professional Writing from Michigan State University and a certificate in book publishing from the University of Denver. Lisa is currently teaching English to students in Busan, South Korea. This guest post is the second in a two-part series of design inspiration.
Simple and colorful — if there was a theme to the bulk of my pictures from South Korea so far, that would probably be it. Design inspiration can come from anywhere, and I’ve found that lately, mine has been coming from shapes, colors, and more natural elements. So, here are some of my top picks! Topping my list is definitely the snapshot of the lotus flowers in the doorway to a historic temple. The contrast of pink and green against the shadowed room, the curve of petals, and the aged detail designs on the door itself…
1). ocean wake after our ferry pulled out of the terminal on its way to Geoje Island;
2). lotus flowers in the doorway of one of the halls at Bulguksa (historic Buddhist temple) ;
3). on a walking tour of Busan, we passed through the Daeti Tunnel;