The final stop on my big day in Tunisia was the coastal town of Sidi Bou Said.
This was one of the fastest, most intense photo walks I’ve ever taken. (Rather an antithesis to the mindset I wrote about some years ago in Slow Photography, I’ll grant!)
In about 45 minutes, I captured nearly 100 frames. I’m sharing 43 of those with you here. That’s a very unusual keep rate for me.
I’m blessed to have had such depth of opportunity while I was in Tunisia.
As I have time, there will be one more post from the next day in Tunisia, and then I have other fun travels to write about.
Footnote: I originally posted this article on 17 May 2019, but have since backdated it to fit the timeline from when I was in Tunisia.