We were the only tourists, and the men were galloping across the desert with the very same horsewhips they were once payed to use against demonstrators in Tahrir on the Battle of the Camels. I didn’t know how to keep them in the same landscape of the pyramids from four thousand years ago and Agatha Christie walking the same grounds during the excavations. But a small incident in my bag, me unknowing, had turned the film to b&w, so that I’ve come home with a series of pictures that look as if they were taken in the 1920’s. In the last two years the best things have sprung from accidents.

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