18 May
Volubilis, Morocco 0

Posted by Julian Cohen

Volubilis was a Roman city built in the 2nd century AD on top of an older Berber town. Our guide was an old Moroccan man whose command of English wasn’t the best and sounded like he had a mouth full of marbles. Very sweet, but sadly I didn’t learn too much while we wandered about. However he knew the best spots for photos and that’s the most important thing.

On a photography note I have been using 28mm and 50mm lenses for the last few weeks but have gravitated back to my first love which is extreme wide angle. I love the distortion and the ability to capture a huge scene from a few feet away. I’m probably going to leave the wide angle lens on for the rest of the trip. The Sony A7Rii has 42mb of image size so there’s plenty of room for cropping if I feel the need.


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