Having found some old slides taken while travelling as a student to Egypt in 1970 some 43 or 44 years ago, a local photographer arranged for them to be put on a computer CD in August 2013. To my amazement a few of them have turned out quite well - especially as my camera and slide film at the time were probably of the cheapest quality.
I believe the photo above is of The Tomb of Sennedjem in the Necropolis of Deir el-Medina near to Luxor but on the West Bank of the Nile
What is quite remarkable is the absence of any other non-Egyptians at all in the photographs; the virtual absence of motor traffic with the presence however of donkeys acting like quasi vans and on the Nile, the standard again non-motorised transport - the Dhow.
Below is I believe the entrance to the temple at Luxor on the East Bank of the Nile.
On the right is a picture I believe of the step pyramid at Saqqara. The presence there of USSR Sam III missile launchers in 1970 made close up photography at the time difficult if not dangerous.