As I explored the island of Crete, I couldn’t help but be captivated by its beauty and charm. With my trusty Minolta analog camera in hand and loaded with Kodak Gold 200 film, I set out to capture some of the island’s magic. Crete in film:
Crete on film: Capturing Memories
Crete is the largest of the Greek islands and a destination that’s steeped in history and culture. Situated in the southern part of the Aegean Sea, Crete has been inhabited since the Neolithic era and boasts a rich tapestry of archaeological sites, museums, and traditional villages that showcase its fascinating past.
From the rugged coastline and turquoise waters to the winding streets of ancient villages, I clicked away, savoring every moment and hoping to capture the essence of this incredible place.
Golden Shimmer with Kodak Gold
There’s something special about using analog film – the anticipation of waiting to see the developed prints, the subtle nuances of color and texture that can’t be replicated with digital photography. As I reflect on my time in Crete on film, I’m grateful for the memories I’ve captured on film, and the opportunity to experience this enchanting island in a unique and meaningful way.