memo to self

Looking back through my stash of photos, I came across this batch of film shots from a trip to Morocco in 2011.The name of the place, I don’t recall. Not sure I ever knew, really. I used to pay attention to those labels, the where of things. But mostly now I just remember the time of day, a nip in the air that morning, the scent of the trees, and the rhythm of that morning stroll.

design lifely m7 bw morocco 6 m7 bw morocco 7 Mamiya 7 II | 50mm f/4.5 lens | B/W 50 speed film | sepia-toned in Lightroom m7 bw morocco 1All shot with a Mamiya 7 II, 50mm lens and some very old, expired B&W film, juiced up with sepia toning after scanning.

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