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TAIWAN 2014 – R & R

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Just arrived at the Hotel Royal (Chiao Hsi, Yilan Taiwan). Fulcrum on the wrist and Paradive in my watchroll.

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View from the balcony of the clouds as they rolled over the mountains.

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The town of Yilan below. Its rare in my experience to see such a flat cityscape in Taiwan.

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When Philly is your baseline, hot and humid are an understatement.

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"You know that guy that was in that thing...." We visited a tea house and a museum in Yilan where an "A-lister" had recently shot a commercial.

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It would be interesting to create this kind of texture and patina on a watch case.

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I really enjoy icongraphy. The aging on this sidewalk sign was a bonus.

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Always on the look out for a good doughnut. You wouldn't expect it but Taiwan has too many bakeries to count and most of them are exceptional.

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Inside of the doughnut shop!

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More clever signs.....

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You can go now...I have work to do :)

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I never get tired of the architecture in Taiwan....although I am not a fan of the big fancy glass buildings.

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Something to try next year....I actually spent most of my vacation this year working on the Project 300 drawings ;) So perhaps more interesting things to shoot next year....hopefully with a Project 300 on my wrist.

Just arrived at the Hotel Royal (Chiao Hsi, Yilan Taiwan). Fulcrum on the wrist and Paradive in my watchroll.View from the balcony of the clouds as they rolled over the mountains.The town of Yilan below. Its rare in my experience to see such a flat cityscape in Taiwan.When Philly is your baseline, hot and humid are an understatement."You know that guy that was in that thing...." We visited a tea house and a museum in Yilan where an "A-lister" had recently shot a commercial.It would be interesting to create this kind of texture and patina on a watch case.I really enjoy icongraphy. The aging on this sidewalk sign was a bonus.Always on the look out for a good doughnut. You wouldn't expect it but Taiwan has too many bakeries to count and most of them are exceptional.Inside of the doughnut shop!More clever signs.....You can go now...I have work to do :)I never get tired of the architecture in Taiwan....although I am not a fan of the big fancy glass buildings.Something to try next year....I actually spent most of my vacation this year working on the Project 300 drawings ;) So perhaps more interesting things to shoot next year....hopefully with a Project 300 on my wrist.