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posted: October 31st, 2019
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This page consists of photos taken between October 23rd and 29th in the first five rows and then, starting in Row 6 you'll find four rows which show Kazuya's latest experiments and creations for his business "Kazuya's Baked Delights" Click on any thumbnail to begin.

Begin October 23rd - 29th
  When we went for a walk on October 23rd it was cloudy for the most part, but when we looked to the south we could see some mountains of the Alaska Range below the clouds.
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  On October 24th we went for a walk from our house down to the pipeline where it comes up out of the ground down on Love Road. This healthy looking Raven was the only photo of this date. The Raven is sitting on the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline.
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  On October 28th we went for a walk at about sunset time. There was a single area of red/orange which we could see. It was very intense and made for some superb views for a few moments.
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  On the 29th we had this great sunrise which we photographed from our porch. The first photo in this row has had nothing done to it other than the addition of the frame. The second photo has been lightened somewhat by using Shadow Illuminator Pro, and the third photo was HDR (High Dynamic Range) Toned in Photoshop.
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  The first two photos here have also been HDR Toned with Photoshop. The variations one could create are virtually endless. Interesting, no? The third shot was zoomed out to catch more sky and horizon. It has not been adjusted.
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End October 23rd - 29th, Begin
Kazuya's Baked Delights
(Link to Kazuya's Baked Delights Facebook Page)
  You all know what Mochi is, right? Well, Kazuya made mochi and then coated these strawberries with a light coat of sweetened red-bean paste and then wrapped them in mochi. These were amazingly delicious.
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  Kazuya experimented with Steamed Buns - these were also delicious.
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  On the same day that he experimented with Steamed Buns he also experimented with Manju - another steamed Japanese treat. They were also wonderful. The next day he made a Flan Cake. WOW!
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  Here is the way we ate the Flan Cake. It was so good!
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End Kazuya's Baked Delights, End October 2019's Photos, Begin Our Publications Links


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Climbing a Few of Japan's 100 Famous Mountains - Volume 1: Mt. Daisetsu (Mt. Asahidake Climbing a Few of Japan's 100 Famous Mountains - Volume 2: Mt. Chokai (Choukai) Climbing a Few of Japan's 100 Famous Mountains - Volume 3: Mt. Gassan Climbing a Few of Japan's 100 Famous Mountains - Volume 4: Mt. Hakkoda & Mt. Zao
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Outdoor Photography of Japan: Through the Seasons - Volume 3 of 3 (Autumn) Some Violets of Eastern Japan - 2nd Edition English - Ilokano AND Ilokano - English Dictionary English - Ilokano and Ilokano - English Dictionary - With Some Notes on Ilokano Culture
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Heaven and Hell in the Philippines: Journal of a Peace Corps Volunteer 2020 Print Calendar Wildflowers_of_Interior_Alaska Twelvemile: Summit to Summit

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