Analogue Ecuador and Sprockets

The mighty sprocket rocket in Ecuador packed with some fresh Kodak Portra 160 film. Unlike Superia the sprockets have no cool color or patterns but its still a great film. Especially when you have enough light.

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View over the capital of Quito.

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Near the equator. Llama or alpaca or vicuña. Sad I forgot how to look for the differences. I guess I would wiki it, but that would require actual effort.

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Fun buggy. A bit scary when big trucks and busses pass you, plus the sound system wasn’t great. Lack of bass.

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Valley of waterfalls near Banos. Great drive in our mini buggy.

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It helps to throw on a flash on the sprocket rocket. There often isn’t enough light for close up portraits. Also remember to change the focus settings. Well if you care about things being in focus and all, I’m not judging.

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The start of the rainforests in Ecuador.

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View of the lovely Banos. (too lazy to look up to put the squiggly line on top of the “n” of banos)  The city in South America we probably spent the most time in. Also once we found this great restaurant, we never ate anywhere else. Pretty amazing place.

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