Come see the crumbling blocks of timeless, weathered stones in the desert as seen through the slightly different, slightly imperfect, but always unpredictable eyes of that wonderfully simple piece of photographic machinery called the Holga.  Our only involvement?  We pointed the Holga in approximately the right direction and pressed the shutter release.  The rest was left to the gods.
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Slightly washed out.  Aperture setting is a wishful thing on the Holga but we are OK with that.  Let’s just pretend that this black and white photo of Chephren’s valley temple, the Great Sphinx, and his own pyramid was taken back in the 1920s or so.

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