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In October of 2000 we did a two week trip to Morocco in North Africa.  This page is dedicated to our fellow traveler on this tour.

The following photo galleries contain images taken during our trip.
This is the final upload of images.  The latest ones will be in the "new images" gallery.  All previous set of images will be in "Memories"  however only the new-image gallery will have the larger images accessible by clicking on. (they only give me so much server space)


MOROCCO

Images on this site are available for licenced use, please contact me regarding rates.
Print from these images are also available in sizes up to 30"x45" in various mounting methods.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

During our visit to Tinehir,
Skye had a birthday

 
 

  photo tech data:
Total images take 2088  (1440 slides, 648 prints)
Images scanned on either a Nikon ED-4000 or  LS2000 film scanner, cleanup photoshop 6 web page generation with Thumbs 4.5 and Netscape
Film types:  Slides  Kodak E100VS;  iso 100, vividly saturated colour slide film
Prints: Fuji Superia 400,  iso 400 colour print film
Camera bodies used:  Canon Eos 1v,  Eos-100 (Elan), Eos-5 (A2E)
Lens: Canon 17/35mm F2.8L, 70/200mm F2.8L, 15mm F2.8 fisheye, 24mm F3.5 Tilt/Shift, 2X teleconverter
Tramron 28/200 super AF

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last updated 01.07.09