Desierto de Tabernas1_Rolleiflex 2.8E
Some old stuff from 2015.
The Tabernas Desert (Spanish: Desierto de Tabernas) is one of Spain's semi-deserts, located within Spain's southeastern province of Almería. Almeria is the driest region of Europe, with the continent's only true desert climate where annual rainfall reaches levels as low as 156 mm in coastal areas.
The desert is situated between the Sierra de los Filabres to the north and the Sierra de Alhamilla to the south-southeast, isolating it from the humid winds of the Mediterranean Sea, in an area with little rainfall known as Levante.
The Desert of Tabernas, because of its similarities with the North American deserts like the Far West of the American West, northern Africa, the Arabian deserts, and its lunar landscape, served from 1950s and is still used today for the shooting of many films and westerns. The spaghetti westerns were shot at the three main studios, Texas Hollywood, Mini Hollywood, and Western Leone.
Taking Lens: Carl Zeiss Planar 2.8/80
Finder Lens: Heidosmat 2,8/80
f 5.6, 1/500 sec
Kodak T-Max 100 @ 100
Developed with Rodinal, 6min/20°, 1:25
Location: Desert of Tabernas / Spain