A shrine in Bangkok

The other day, using Upwork.com, I hired a man in Pakistan to convert my .fpx picture files to .jpg. FPX was the Kodak standard when they — yes, it is true — were digital photography leaders. I didn’t convert my photos when it was easy to do. Now, with a Mac, converting 1,200 FPX files to JPG is almost impossible. At least, I couldn’t figure out how to do it. What you see here is one of the recovered photos. A shrine in Bangkok around 2000. I think the image speaks for itself. It makes me long to return!

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