There's something so innately therapeutic about people-watching.
Seeing people go about their business without a care in the world. Or perhaps they do have cares, lots of them, and they're just putting on a mask for the world to cover their problems. Trying to figure out what's hiding underneath that mask. I love people-watching. Even more so with a camera in hand, and in places like these; the Suncheon Bay Wetlands.
I could wander around here for hours, just people-watching. Seeing lovers stroll hand-in-hand with their partners, or young families in all-matching outfits. Mildly amusing, but at the same time a cultural conundrum that I still try to wrap my head around. People-watching is good for the soul.