Biyangdo

BiyangdoIt’s spring. Last weekend it was warm enough to give a reminder of what it’ll be like when the summer comes (and tempt a couple of cicadas to try chirping); it rained hard one day in the week, and for the last two days there’s been a cold northerly wind.

I took my bike out today and headed north-west, arriving at the coast opposite Biyangdo, the island in the photo above. The statue looks like a harubang (glum-looking characters you can see all over the island, and more of which on another occasion) holding a fish. I’ve no idea why.

Biyangdo2From thence southwards, along the coast towards Chagwido before turning homewards. The sea was rough and the noise of the waves on the shore was pretty loud.

Biyangdo3

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