In December 2017, I was invited by the photography team of Filippiada to make a visit and do a presentation of my photographic work. I took this as a chance to shoot the wonderful scenery of Epirus, notably the rainy landscapes around Amvrakikos Gulf. I only had two early mornings to roam around, and the moody weather suited the panoramic Horizon 202 perfectly. This is one of my favourite “fun” cameras, and I’ve written an article for this camera in Photographos magazine, detailing its functions and quirks (it’s in greek).
The film is Ilford Pan 400 (pushed to 1600), developed in Kodak D-76 and scanned with the Pakon F-135 scanner. Out of two films (22 exposures per film), I kept a handful of images.
…and this is the old russian princess; she has a light-leak condition in direct sunlight but she’s a darling in cloudy weather.