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  • Ferrania Solaris Chrome 100 - A Toxic Link to the Future

    Ferrania Solaris Chrome 100 - A Toxic Link to the Future
    There always has to be a reason or motivation to write a film review. Sometimes it’s the sheer excitement about a great series of pictures or a rare find. In the case of the Ferrania Solaris Chrome, it is an epic turnover in the current photo film industry. With their recent statement to be releasing a new slide film, Ferrania made most of analogue film aficionados rub their eyes in happiness. So it's time to go back to the future with the Ferrania Solaris Chrome 100.
  • My Dog Maya

    My Dog Maya
    Saying goodbye to my companion for the last 7 years. Last week I said goodbye to my dog, Maya - my companion and a lady. Maya was 14 years of age, a respectable age for a dog. The last year was not an easy one for her, getting old and all the difficulties and discomforts coming with it.
  • Yaxchilán: The City of Green Stones

    Yaxchilán: The City of Green Stones
    Yaxchilán is an old Mayan city immersed in the thick jungle of southeastern Mexico. The magnificent ruins stand among tall ceiba trees and the sounds of spider monkeys and saraguatos (howler monkeys) reach to you from the canopies.
  • Chichén Itzá

    Chichén Itzá
    One of the seven wonders of the world (according to www.new7wonders.com), heritage of humanity (according to UNESCO) and a place you must see before you die (according to me)
  • Mayan Ruins at Tulu'um

    Mayan Ruins at Tulu'um
    An archaeological site of a Pre-Columbian walled city built by the Mayans. Tulu'um served as a major port for Cobá on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.