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Words and photographs by Greg Timlin Heosu Abi (허수아비) is the Korean word for scarecrow. The component parts of the term literally translate to “empty man.” But to me, they are not empty at all. Scarecrows have been a fixture of farm-country since time immemorial – probably since the dawn of agriculture. Over the years,…

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Alina Mychko

Alina Mychko

How did you get started in photography? I started taking photos around 2004, when my mom found a simple film camera in a box with some film in it on the street around. Later I found our old camera; a Zenit ET and began taking photography more seriously. I paid more attention to the technical…

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Roxy Hutton

Roxy Hutton

  Why Korea? My boyfriend (turned husband) and I first came to Korea in 2010 after a recruiter showed up at our university to talk about teaching In Korea. We didn’t put much thought into it and shortly after found ourselves in Daejeon. After a year, we decided to go home to South Africa to…

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Peter DeMarco

Peter DeMarco

How did you get started? When I was a kid my family lived on Jeju Island for a year. My dad took a bunch of photos while we were there. After we moved back home he gave slide shows for friends. That’s when I first became interested in photography. Later I took a class in…

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Lindsay Nash

How did you get involved in Photography?  I’ve been interested in photography since I was in high school. In my attic at home, I found my dad’s old film camera (a Pentax K1000), dusted it off, read a few photography books, and walked around everywhere with it. Then, in university, I studied journalism and had…

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