Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO800, f5.6, 1/60, raw
After a whole year spent writing documents, attending meetings, performing (a few) lab experiments, and doing more than a bit of project administration, and on the other hand shooting weddings and other photo assignments, editing the pics, and publishing, and finally serving paps to Agata, changing her diapers, and putting her to sleep when at home… plus the last five months with the daily dose of work for the 365+1 Days of NEX-7 project… I’m finally close to leaving everything behind and enjoying some real adventures. It will be just for one week, but it’ll be awesome anyway.
So, here I am, out in the terrace and in the Roman summer (way over 30°C), dressed like I’m going northwards. Because that’s where I’m going. Very, very, very northwards. In the middle of nowhere. No running water or electricity, just a cabin, a lake, and we’ll see what else. And no internet, that’s for sure. So I won’t be able to post the daily shot, I’m very sorry for that. I’ll obviously keep shooting and writing, but I’ll probably publish the posts all together when I’ll be back home.
So, in a week from now I’ll be flying away from everything (but photography) and right into the wild. It will take me around 22-24 hours of travel, I’ll fly over a large portion of the globe, and I’ll meet with a bunch of cool guys. The rest will simply be:
wait for it