Jessie and I got lost while navigating the Jeju Olle trail (those were the days we did not rely on mobile data to find our way, but intensive pre-planning work, physical maps and road signs). But the beautiful scenery accompanying us on our long walk made up for it more than twice over.
Canon A1/ Tudor xlx 200 (expired)
Mamiya 500 DTL/ Kodak Colorplus 200 (last 2 photos)
Spring starts earlier in Jeju, so by the time we took the Yeongsil Trail up Hallasan in late Apr, it was already too late to see the pink azaleas that dress the mountain up for spring every year. Still, good exercise we had there!
At this polytechnic in Kigali, students learn about welding, construction, carpentry etc, skills the Rwandan economy needs. It’s a pity that the centuria film I had in my camera didn’t fare so well here.
At this school in Kigali, I was merely an outsider with my 35mm lenses, snapping away, quite hastily on hindsight, in the precious block of time just before the sun took its glow with it.