Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO640, f2.5, 1/60, raw
One hundred days have passed since the beginning of the project. One hundred days in which I never left home without the NEX-7. One hundred days somehow documented in the blog. One hundred days of (mandatory) photography which brought my eye and my poetic quite far from where they were the 12th of February, when I turned thirty-three and all started.
Today I received from Amazon the Kindle cover, the one with the integrated reading light. It’s brilliant. The light takes the power directly from the kindle, and being led it doesn’t affect the battery badly. I can finally read at bed without bothering Claudia and Agata (which still sleeps in our room). I’ve already ordered another one for Claudia’s Kindle.
I finished reading “Ti prendo e ti porto via”, by Niccolò Ammaniti. It has been translated in English with the title “Steal you away”. Please, read it. It’s terrific. And unsetting. And harrowing. I won’t tell you anything about it because it is one of those books in which you can savor every page, every little fact, because Ammaniti’s stories are like a gorgeous mosaic in which every tile has the dignity of a piece of art.