Semana Santa–Revisiting Ronda

 

Still going through old film photos that I never posted, since I didn’t have a scanner in Spain.

This year for Semana Santa (which is Spain’s Holy Week–a big celebration that everyone has vacation for), I went back to Ronda for two days with a couple of my friends.

I was in a weird place emotionally, and it was strange and sort of surreal to be back there. But the city is as beautiful as always.

All of these taken with my juicebox camera and Ferrania Solaris 100 film. The warm tones on the Solaris met and exceeded expectations. ❤

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On our way out, we also stopped in El Torcal de Antequera, an amazing natural park with some of the coolest rock formations I’ve ever seen. I only took a few shots because the sun was setting and we were busy climbing around. I want to go back!

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