I enjoy re-editing older photos. One, I hope I’ve gained some skills I didn’t possess when I originally edited the photos. Second, it gives me a chance to go back through the originals and see if I spot something I missed the first time around. In this case, I had edited this one before, though in color.
As we’re not traveling this winter, I’m sorting through some older travel photos I haven’t edited before. Second up: Jabreen Castle, Oman (2015).
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Jabreen Castle dates back to 1670. Its design and construction were supervised by Imam BilArab bin Sultan Al Y’aribi and was built to resemble the most beautiful palaces of the period. The castle served as both a palace for the Imam and his family and as a bastion during wartime. It was also a beacon of education and contained many study rooms.
(Nikon D7100, December 2015)