Remember the first time your child brought home some drawing from school? You of course respond with glee to encourage their artistic creation in hopes the next one will be even better. I remember those days. I have a file somewhere with the collected results.
When my 20 year old son Travis said he was going to Korea for a few weeks, I thought it atypical. I knew he had met some Korean exchange students who invited him to visit, but several weeks in a foreign land with no specific objective? Still, we each need to find our own ways of expressing ourself, and I gave him points for defining his own path.
When he got back I asked about his experience. He said very little. I asked about pictures. He said he was working on it. I backed off. That was months ago.
A few minutes ago I got an email with this You-Tube link. I was expecting a few snap-shots, but I was wrong. I think Travis has captured the reason, reality and result of an immersive experience in a foreign land. This is definitely Korea from HIS perspective.
All of those practice drawings from second grade have paid off.
OK. I'm sure I'm biased, so tell me what YOU think .
Travis in Korea
Keep me grounded. Leave a comment with your conclusion.
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