Analog photography seems to be able to capture hidden layers of sensation. Image fascination due to sharp shadows, heavy grain film, the print quality of the 70s, and of course this great landscape with overall view of the pyramids of Djoser, Userkaf and Teti at Saqqara necropolis in Egypt. The image is taken from the book „Les Pharaons. Le Temps des Pyramides“ by Jean Leclant (Éditions Gallimard, 1978, Paris) which is filled with wondrous images of ancient Egypt and is one of our favorite source books – especially because of the grainy and warm type of b/w photography in there. Somehow we believe that there will be a revival of analog photography and its craftsmanship.