This was the only roll of black and white I shot in South America. It turned out pretty well. It’s always a gamble with black and white I feel. Sometimes I see scenes and wish I had loaded my mju2 with some epic color film, but black and white does tend to surprise. This was some Kodak 100 TMX black and white film.
These are the inca ruins near Pisac. It was nice and deserted. Not many people around since people tend to hear straight for the almighty Machu Picchu. Or do visit some of these sites in the sacred valley but with a tour bus which means you have 20 minutes to run around and take photos with your fellow tour members picking their noses in the background.
Market in Cusco. I loved the line of light coming through from the roof.
View from the Bus on the way to Pisac.
Heejung at Machu Picchu.
View of the town of Ollantaytambo from the Inca ruins.
Special crosses catholic churches had in the former times for indigenous people to celebrate mass because they were not allowed inside the actual churches.