Lovely pano Henry. I'm looking forward to your Nepal gallery (sorry to hear you we're unwell out there). I will have to schedule an hour or so with the big screen in the lounge for that.
Thanks, Birma. Fortunately, I have felt fine since getting home and have gained a bit more weight. I am still down about 3-4kg from my pre-trip weight though. My pre-trip weight had been pretty steady for the last 20 years. I am okay with just staying at my current weight, but I suspect I will gradually get back to my steady-state weight.
I am still working on the trip photos and making progress, but it will take a bit more time. I am probably about 60% done working on the first cut of photos, but then there will be a couple more cuts to reduce the number even more. Then, inevitably, I will be going back and reprocessing some of them because on second look I will want to do it a bit differently. When I just have a small number of photos it is pretty easy, but when I come back from a trip there are a lot of photos to work on over weeks and I notice my taste in what looks good can vary from day to day and week to week. So, often I go back to ones I did before and no longer like them.
With LR this is so much easier though since sometimes it is just a minor tweak with the non-destructive editor and not a complete redo like with PS. After it is all done then I have to write captions for most of the photos and that takes time too.