Photos taken in Southern Spain. They are from Sevilla, Cordoba and Grenada.
I used a Canon 500 SLR with a 1.8 Canon lens and Hema (Dutch branded) 200 film.
I don’t remember why I left in the sprockets when scanning the photos but it looks okay so there it is.
Taken outside of the Mezquita a.k.a. The Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba. I didn’t shoot film inside only digital. But I should share those photo’s, it was a really impressive place.
In 2012 we visited the South of Spain and one of day trips was to Cordoba to visit the mosque/cathedral of Cordoba. It’s huge and very interesting because of its history of switching between a mosque and cathedral. Currently the building is used as a cathedral and Islamic prayers are not allowed.
My Canon ultra wideangle came in very handy. One the many Unesco World heritage site we’ve visited in the world. I should make a list one day to see which ones we have been to.
I’ve also noticed when editing these photos that it is hard to keep the lines straight. Especially in such a building with many different lines and using a wideangle lens it is very easy to get crooked lines and distorted perspectives. Not real advice, but keep that in mind.