Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO100, f2.5, 1/500, raw
It is day one-hundred and twenty, today. One third of the project is now done. It’s being a charming journey, especially because of you readers. Thank you all for following daily the blog.
Today, as one-hundred and twenty days ago, I am participating to a European project meeting. It is called SCRIPT, and it is about a new robotic device designed to bring neuro-motor rehabilitation into the houses of stroke survivors.
At day one the meeting was in Rome. Today it is in Sheffield, UK. It seems a lovely place, we were lucky enough to get good weather today, full of students, bars, restaurants, and nice shops. The architecture is crazy, every building different from the other, but all very cool.
And the fountains! I’ve counted at least four city-squares equipped with differently shaped metal fountains in which water slowly runs over.
The day was fine, I wandered around the town for a while, then I ended up in an Australian pub where I watched the game (Italy-Spain : 1-1) drinking cider. The other project members eventually joined the place, so we had another couple of drinks. Then dinner and work for tomorrow’s presentation.