Category Archives: Asia

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Bhutan Set 2, Tiger’s Nest

The iconic picture of Bhutan. Sensor: Panasonic DMC-LX3 Location: Tiger’s Nest, Bhutan Took this photo on the third day of our trip to Bhutan, located near Paro.  It took more than two hours to get from […]

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Through the Looking Glass

Can’t you see it? It’s right in front of you! In the search for awesome photos, I find myself spending money to get to places to shoot.  Upon reflection I realize I don’t always spend […]

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Japan Set 1, Fitting In

Inescapable… Travel and work often go hand in hand.  My body, for all intents and purposes, had not stopped moving for the past 84 hours as I stepped into the conference room with full winter […]

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Hong Kong Set 1, The Bay

2 hours of sleep?  Jet lag?  No problem! The benefit of being jet lagged is that it is much easier to wake up early in the morning before sunrise to take advantage of the morning […]

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Macaques, Monkys! Set 1

A friend of mine had taken photos of Snow Monkeys, the Japanese Macaques that bathe in the hot springs near Nagano a few years ago.  It inspired me to make sure I made the trip.  […]

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Bhutan Set 1, 1st Day

Now that I’ve gotten a few introductory posts as anchors to this blog, I plan to devote most of the blog to photo blogging.  I’m not sure if I’ll do 1, 2, or 3-5 photos […]

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Cloudy & Raining

Out of control I would have thought that landscape photography would be the easiest.  I mean the things that I shoot don’t move and are really big.  Maybe it is one of the easier types, […]

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