Shippensburg University junior, Sarah Brotzman, was given her own art exhibit in Huber Art Center, which showcased on Friday, April 13, at 6:30 p.m.
Brotzman spent the fall 2010 semester abroad in South Korea learning and taking more than 15,000 pictures during her time.
The photos were of South Korea’s terrain, different building types and landscapes. They also captured its simplicity and beauty.
While in South Korea, Brotzman lived in a college dormitory with other international students, and she really enjoyed her time there.
One of the photos Brotzman captured was of a beautiful bridge in the middle of a wooded-looking like terrain and a monk walking along the dirt and mud picking walnuts from the ground.
Brotzman said out of her 15,000 photographs she took that semester, this one was her favorite.
All of her photos are for sale and priced. They will be hanging in a gallery in the Huber Art Center all week.