About 21 years ago, I took this picture in Essaouira, on the Moroccan coast. I loved the cat curled up asleep on the fishing nets, and the man sleeping in a similar way behind it. But as it turned out, I had the camera set wrong -- and I was also standing way, way too far away from my subjects. So, frankly, it was kind of a sucky picture. I never did anything with it, and didn't even keep the print.
After I had my negatives scanned, I cropped the photo as it originally should have been taken, and I corrected the color a bit. It's still no prize-winner but now it's much better. I'm sure I could do even more with a higher-resolution scan. Isn't it great that modern technology allows us to give new life to screwed-up pictures from decades ago?