Many of my Cambodia photos ended up going in more of the monochromatic direction. I like the black & white look + sepia treatments. They make it all seem sort of timeless and nice. But when I was processing this one, I decided to have the sunrise colors shine through.
I remember at this point in the morning, my lens was finally fog-free. This was a hard lesson to learn, but now I no longer go from AC environments to muggy outdoors in the same way. If I have to go through this situation, I normally keep my camera inside a big ziplock baggie, which ends up getting most of the condensation when I go back outside.
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