I just developed some old film from Cape Town, South Africa. I left it out for a few months, open to the sun and heat and humidity of northern Vietnam. So now all the numbers from the film paper have burned through and mold has started to grow on all of the images, giving them an aged, washed-out kind of feel. I like it for the few photographs from the trip that I like. Here’s a homemade panorama from the tip of the continent.
I’m just off a near-30-hour flight from Nairobi to Washington DC, so this will be short. And hopefully coherent. I’ve spent the past two weeks traveling through Kenya on my honeymoon, and I’m just starting to edit through some of the photographs I took during the trip. It was my honeymoon, so photography took a back seat to relaxation, reading, drinking wine, and generally not keeping a schedule of anyone or anything. But of course, I had my camera on me most of the time. And of course, some pictures literally just kind of walked out in front of me. So here are some animals in their natural environments. Sometimes obvious and sometimes more hidden. Like they do. More later. After a few naps.