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Ak Yum, Siem Reap, Cambodia

When you visit Siem Reap, Cambodia, you are virtually required to visit Angkor Wat to see the sunrise. I’ve done that before, so on this trip I wanted to see something else. I spent my sunrise time completely alone at … Continue reading

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Two Different Treatments

Ha Long Bay is one of the most famous sea views in the world. It’s a bay off Vietnam’s Gulf of Tonkin, and it’s filled with haystack rock formations. They range in size from mountainous, habitable islands, to small rocks, … Continue reading

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Using the Split Toning Function in Lightroom

Pretty picture, isn’t it? A beautiful landscape of rich, fall colors and vineyards. Kinda makes you want to go drink some wine, maybe pull out a blanket in anticipation of colder days to come. Feels homey. Straight from the camera, … Continue reading

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The Coolest Cellar I’ve Seen So Far, Dobogó Pince

So I’ve started to write a post three times now. I’ve got nothing really to say, at least not that I can write in the time I have available today. This is in Dobogó Pince, a Tokaj winery which produces … Continue reading

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Wine Glasses, Pannonhalmi Apátsági Pince, Pannonhalma, Hungary

Of course, the second best thing about doing a wine project is drinking wine. This particular winery, part of the Pannonhalma Abbey, has been in operation since 996 CE. It was briefly interrupted during the communist period, because, well, the … Continue reading

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