It is always fun to experiment and try something new. This particular one involves selective colour when developing.
Certainly a healthy and eco-friendly way to get around and take a few snaps.
Almost always guaranteed to be a few moggies strolling, or lazing along the riverbed in Nerja.
The world looks a bit different from low down. The idea was to get as low as possible without turning into a politician.
On what was intended to be a shortish wander, but turned out to be five hours after I got a bit(!) lost, I passed through this small Gambian village (twice!) where I was greeted by a teacher and some of his pupils, all of whom were keen to get their photos taken.
A glorious start to the Easter Week in Nerja with the temperatures in the mid-twenties, loads of people out and about and shorts and t-shirts the order of the day.
Mangrove swamps along the banks of the Gambia River, formerly known by the completely different name of the River Gambia. Wonder how much they paid for that re-branding exercise?