In Summer 2012, I took a couple film cameras along on our vacation in Osoyoos, BC, the hottest place in Canada (in the summer, at least). Parts of Osoyoos feel like Palm Desert or Arizona; parts of it feel almost as though you've stepped back in time, probably to the 1960s or 70s when the strip motel was king.
Each of these cameras has properties that produce great photos in their own right. The Zeiss lens on the T4 has a particular way of saturating colours and creating very dynamic contrast unseen in other point and shoots. The giant lens of the Electro 35, on the other hand, has a knack for effortlessly picking up sunspots and working with given light to produce very warm images. Combine these with the golden summer light in the BC desert, and you get some magic.
These photos of themselves aren't great, but I'm in love with the light and very analogue properties. I think they capture the feeling of being in Osoyoos in the summer quite accurately.