Gyeongju's Sacred South Mountain
I, second from left, was the leader of this group-hiking-tour for the Royal Asiatic Society - Korea Branch in October 1999.  I'm holding a roof-tile, which temples "sell" (for w10,000) to raise money for constuction of a new building.  You can't read it here, but I wrote our identity, the date, and a wish for Korea's Peace and Prosperity; it will be installed like that in the roof of the new Buddha Hall.
A monk bows before the great Bori-sa Buddha (National Treasure #136) on the eastern side of Nam-san..
10/99 Hiking Tour with RAS-KB
LEFT:  the "hidden Buddha" carving near Bori-sa, just discovered in the 1990's. It's about 2 feet high, on the eastern face of a boulder, in dense forest on a steep hillside.  
ABOVE:  a Korean man prays to San-shin in front of lit candles on Eastern Nam-san.
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LEFT:  Sakyamuni or Amita Buddha manifesting up from the granite cliff at Sang-seon-am, way up on the western slope of Nam-san.  For more about this, see my New Text on Korean Zen Buddhism page.

RIGHT:  the San-shin altar-painting of Sang-seon-am in 1999.  It is quite rich with symbols: a staff with gourd-bottle, a plan staff, a crane-feather fan, peaches and
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LEFT:  San-shin appearing in the "Assembly of the Spirits" altar-painting (see pages 113-117 in my book) in Sang-seon-am [Upper Immortal Hermitage].

RIGHT:  the portrait of the virtuous old monk who resided at Sang-seon-am from 1955 until 1995, when he died at over 90 years old.  He was renown for his wisdom and gentle character.  Some Koreans now regard him as a San-shin of Gyeongju Nam-san.
These two photos of Nam-san Sangseon-am and me with its Master are from 1986!