|"The rain-season in Indonesia is a serious ordeal for the man and machines.
If one is farther than 20 m away from the shelter, one will get wet to the
skin before reaching it. It begins raining in a trice, as if somebody has
turned on a giant shower. Humidity is so high, that after a day of shooting
one has to clean the lenses of cameras very thoroughly. Some electronical
equipment wouldn't function. Most of the photos were made with old cameras,
which , unlike the modern ones, turned out to be more moisture-resistant."