Taken with a converted 720nm infrared camera. Located in Gyeongju, Korea, this unique and wonderful Korean architecture brings you back to the Silla era (57 B.C.-A.D. 935), which is filled with antiquities, ancient palaces, and great history. The photo was captured by a converted 720nm infrared camera, which results in the "sakura effect" of the trees, and at the same time also blocked out some visible light so the bridge appeared desaturated and pastel.
|Photo Location:||Gyeongju, South Korea|
|Camera:||Canon EOS 1000D|
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