This is around 1/4-th of the photograph I shot on the film (in 120 format). In fact, all photographs from the Morocco trip are cropped compared to the composition I had in mind. This is caused by my error, which I described in the
This is also the reason for some rather unsual proportions of photogaphs below - I was trying to salvage what I could.
Fishermen at work, somewhere on the mediterranean coast of Morocco. They're trying to pull the boat to the shore.
Fishermen at work, somewhere on the mediterranean coast of Morocco.
I've asked this man to fix a leather case of my 50 years old camera. He was unable to help, but agreed to pose for a portrait.
A landscape of Tétouan.
Ocean waves somewhere close to the Hercules Caves, west of Tangier.
An infrared photograph of Ceuta, a spanish city on the african side of the Strait of Gibraltar. Leaves of palm trees appear white in the infrared light spectrum.
Another infrared photograph. This time it's my daughter running on a beach. This frame was inspired by a superb photograph of running horses by Charles Henneghien, titled "Fantasia during the Moussem" from 1960. We've seen it in the museum in Marrakesh.
A fish boat near Tétouan.
A street market in Tétouan. Besides food, one can find there clothes and used electronics.
A street market in Tétouan.
This man was kind enough to allow me to take a portrait of him at work. He was going through barnacles he just collected. Essaouira.
This photograph was a mistake made in a hurry. Turned out to be the one I like the most from the Ozoud waterfalls.