Pyeongchang 2018: Over Already

001_overalready_022618A 22 degree halo encircles the sun at the snowboard parallel giant slalom event during the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games at Phoenix Snow Park. The halo is caused by sunlight reflecting through ice crystals in the upper atmosphere.

With a little less than an hour and a half until my airport shuttle arrives at 3am, I have just enough time to finish packing my bags, as well as attempting to finish all the snacks I forgot I brought, along with penning one final blog from the Phoenix Snow Park here in Pyeongchang. Of the four Olympics that I

Posted in Photography, Photojournalism, Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Sports, Travel by Guy Rhodes on February 25th, 2018.

One Response to “Pyeongchang 2018: Over Already”

  1. Maestra Heredia's class says:

    We read all your blog entries. We thought that they were quite interesting. For example, when the guy started yelling because he crashed and injured himself. A photo that was interesting was the one of the woman throwing up. Another photo that was interesting was when you caught the skier flipping. We think it’s cool that you can time your photos just right. It was cool that you translated words from Korean to English.

    Some last questions for you:
    Do you prefer photographing snowboarding or skiing?
    Are you going to make blog entries for the 2020 Summer Olympics?
    Have you ever been hurt taking photographs?
    Is there any other language you know besides Korean?
    How many blog entries have you done so far?
    Do you only photograph the Olympics or sports?
    What is your favorite sport to photograph?
    Do you take photos just for fun?

    Your blogs were fun to read in class. We posted your Korean Word of the Day in our classroom.We can’t wait to read your next blog.

    Gracias for the exciting photos and fun entries,

    La Clase de Maestra Heredia