An album of photos I took on my Kodak Euro-35 during a trip to South America (just before the COVID-19 lockdown). We passed through Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Santiago, and the Atacama desert in Chile, where most of these photos were taken.
This was the first time I’d used this camera with color film and for landscape photography, and needless to say the result wasn’t phenomenal. This particular camera is a point-and-shoot, and seems to be best at capturing subjects reasonably nearby and in brighter environments.
Either way, I’ve decided to post this here because I like how the some photos look as if they’re old NASA images from another planet.