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Note of thanks – AiL short

I’m on 10.000m while I’m typing this.

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Two days culture trekking

We have been on a homestay with Fair Trek a few weeks ago. Guess what: We did it again. This time we combined the second Eco Bungalow at Nong Khuay village with a two day trekking tour. Basically we did just the same as a few weeks ago: We booked us a bungalow tour in consultation with Fair Trek. But since this bungalow doesn’t run with AirBnb, things went a bit different this time.

So lucky you! – Here we go with an all new story, and I can’t just copy the old post…

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Two nights in Ban Long Lao Mai

You may remember the words of our opening post or the post about our work at the Nong Khuay Eco Bungalow.

Here we go again – it’s another Fair Trek time!

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A year in monochrome – 2016 Vol. IV

In spring I got a lab for b/w film development, than I got me meters of film and since december I have a film scanner. I even tried C-41 process for color negatives once, but it’s more tricky, time and money consuming and in particular more annoying. So have fun with a lot of greyscale!

fourth part:

Late summer – festival time

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A year in monochrome – 2016 Vol. III

In spring I got a lab for b/w film development, than I got me meters of film and since december I have a film scanner. I even tried C-41 process for color negatives once, but it’s more tricky, time and money consuming and in particular more annoying. So have fun with a lot of greyscale!

Third part:

Austria

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A year in monochrome – 2016 Vol. II

In spring I got a lab for b/w film development, than I got me meters of film and since december I have a film scanner. I even tried C-41 process for color negatives once, but it’s more tricky, time and money consuming and in particular more annoying. So have fun with a lot of greyscale!

Second part:

Summer footage

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A year in monochrome – 2016 Vol. I

In spring I got a lab for b/w film development, than I got me meters of film and since december I have a film scanner. I even tried C-41 process for color negatives once, but it’s more tricky, time and money consuming and in particular more annoying. So have fun with a lot of greyscale!

First part:

Winter and spring

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On the road with the Korelle 3×4

This camera is around 85 years old, made it through the time of flight in WW2 and was heavily used as toy camera – now, finally, I used it with film again.

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