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Beautiful: Jungle Reflection

There are few places I like more than Angkor Wat in Cambodia. I love these temples that were built over a few hundred years, fell into disuse as the Khmer civilization disappeared, and collapsed into the jungle. Though local farmers … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Ta Prohm

With that title, you’re expecting a huge tree growing through a temple, aren’t you? Too bad! I’m gonna make you look at something else. I’ve been working for years to get a nice series-of-doorways photo. I have negatives from the … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Banteay Srei

Remember a couple days ago, I was talking about my mental problems in Afghanistan, and how there were a couple trips that I wasn’t fully invested in as a result? This trip, which included Bali, Siem Reap, and Singapore, was … Continue reading

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Lesson: Cropping

Cropping is an interesting topic. There are many who say that you should never crop, always compose so that the entire scene, and only that scene, is in your frame. As you might guess, I don’t completely agree with that. … Continue reading

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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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