Filmmaker Ron Anderson captured nearly 2,300 B&W 35mm still images while serving in Honduras with the Peace Corps between 1968 and 1971.
The subject matter of these photographs varied widely - portrait studies, landscapes, time exposures, still lifes, news releases, photo assignments, etc.
All were photographed in B&W because of access to a darkroom with no color capability.
Here is a small sampling from among the 62 rolls of 35mm film developed during that 3-year period.
Some of these images are also on display at the
Peace Corps Digital Library
Peace Corps Connect