You’ve captured the people and places very nicely, Mike. I love the
monasteries for the solidity and beauty.
> On 4 Dec 2017, at 01:00, Mike Gordon via olympus <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> I finally had time to process a few from Marnie and me--not all are labelled
> but most geotagged. Recommend slide show with ARROW at right (not that many
> really). Thanks to Maestro Moose processing for saving "too late to share"
> image, which was front focused and had some motion blur. Techartpro
> AFadapter with OM lenses a bit too slow on A7RII and would not do eye AF--may
> be possible on OM A7RIII. One can hit the "i" for more image info and
> click on the map to see where they were shot if desired--or not.
> To expound a bit on Moose's details I have included a link sent from one of
> our rotating guides to us after we returned on traveling to Bhutan:
> Link from guide Rinzin:
> One just cant go but most use a Bhutanese outfitter at some level. I had
> 2/3 of an itinerary planned and they will accommodate all requests if it is
> at all possible. We had an extra layer of US overhead but had
> a driver and guide per car and that would not be the case otherwise. The
> organizer had been there over 30 times and had good contacts with even some
> remote groups to facilitate good opportunities for nice images. I had
> thoughts of an astro-landscape of the Tiger's nest --- a guide with headlamp
> would take me up early eve if desired and hike back up at 3AM as
> well---suppose it was not a disaster that it was not to be as it was foggy as
> it is a bit of an effort--they would not let me lug much myself at all and
> insisted I bring anything I might want available--this was Jamyang with some
> of my stuff:
> The Brokpa people are really quite remote and were 3 days trek from the
> nearest road until recently--now 1.5 days. They had virtually no contact with
> westerners until about 2008 we were told.
> Anyway here is what I have:
> Comments or suggestions at alternative processing appreciated.
> Still have to pick up OM film shots from lab, Mike
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/