Salt Mill

Salt Mill

One afternoon in Korea we set off to find an old abandoned salt storage building near the coast located on a salt flat near Incheon, part of a larger area near the ocean called a Mudflat. The large, flat plot of land seems to be preserved today mostly as a park and bird reserve. Long meandering trails lead throughout the park and offered us a nice place to wander one cold, overcast winter day.

While the building we set out to find and photograph had since collapsed we did enjoy exploring the area, a high point of which was this set of three windmills somewhat randomly sitting out in the middle of the field. I never did figure out what purpose they served, if any, but they sure were fun to shoot! Lucky for us the dreary weather and obscure location kept the reserve more or less void of any other people outside of a few hikers and locals walking their dogs, a rare site in Korea where most places of interest are flooded with visitors on weekends.

I took more photos of these mystery windmills than I would care to admit, on a few different cameras, but really I couldn’t help myself. I love coming across odd landscapes serendipitously and wish I could more often. I have cropped a couple of them down for you guys to enjoy as wallpapers, you can find links below.

Salt Mill 2



  1. Z T - January 28, 2015 at 5:59 pm

    In the first photo, the buildings in the background seem to be repeated like they were copy and pasted. They just look so alike..

  2. Z T - January 28, 2015 at 6:25 pm

    To be clear, it’s still a fantastic photo. I love the composition, great focal point. Anyway, cheers.

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