a-z archive: w! challenge (windmill at windy hill)

Tuesday, June 5:  FrizzText’s a-z photo challenge this week focuses on the letter W: winter and windows, wireless lan and his hometown of Wuppertal, whale rescue or women’s lib, walking or weeping, wonder or woe, work or wine, whiskey or woman, wreck or wind.

Here is a windmill from Windy Hill in Geoje-si, South Korea.

a windmill at Windy Hill in Geoje-si, South Korea

a windmill at Windy Hill in Geoje-si, South Korea

Windy Hill is a quite lovely promontory topped with a windmill and ornamental grasses blowing in the strong wind.  The view of the water and the other islands and fishing boats is beautiful.

Windy Hill windmill

Windy Hill windmill

If you’d like to read about my trip to Windy Hill, please visit geoje: rough seas & caressing grasses (& random thoughts on memory, sensuality & friendship).


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