Africa In Analog

Back in the day, I lived in Cameroon and Swaziland and taught English with the Peace Corps. I ended up staying in Africa for three years, before the digital age. This meant that when you were in the bush, you were really in the bush - travel(ling) deeper was the way we rolled out of necessity, not just for a hashtag. Here are some images from this time, taken in Cameroon, Kenya, Uganda, Botswana, Namibia and Swaziland; shot with a Pentax K1000, Ricoh KR Super II and a combination of Ilford B&W, Kodak slide and Fuji color films.