In July 2013 I worked as a diving staff member for Operation wallacea (Opwall) on the Cayos Cochinos, a small island group in Honduras. The island we stayed on is a natural reserve that gets overtaken by an invasive species of enthusiast scientists, students and diving staff members every summer. This is a photo project about these people, the lovely main characters of this ‘Robinson Crusoe’ adventure on an inhabited island in the Caribbean.
Meet Tony, Kathy, Asier, Tim, Githa, Rachel, Carlos, Dan, Tess, Ben, Frank, Bradley, Maurico, Phill, Amber, Dan, Fern, Jo, Sher and myself.
All the pictures where taken with an analog pinhole camera (Holga) and 120 film format.
Hi there. Our latest summer trip: Indonesia (Bali, Lombok, Java). We did dive, climb on volcano’s, surf, breath the air of Yogja, cultural heart of Indonesia and visit so much more! The country is so big, thousands of different islands and cultures. If you go, don’t take the tourist trail, it’s too easy to get trapped in it 🙂 Some of my 120 slides are visible under the category photography. Click here. More on my Lomography pages; here and here. Enjoy
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