Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO100, f4, 1/640, raw
I finally returned to my home, with my happy wife, my incredulous daughter, and my tail-wagging dog. I’m completely exhausted and time-space confused, but after thirty hours of travel who wouldn’t…
The flight from Minneapolis to Amsterdam was delayed just enough to make me loose the connection to Rome. Luckily, KLM was smart enough to quickly re-book me on the next flight, so I didn’t waste much time at Schiphol or, the worse that I was worrying about, I didn’t have to spend the night in Amsterdam waiting for a flight the following day.
When at Schiphol I finally collected all the boarding passes of the return travel. I know this is kind of a stupid shot, but it sort of tells well the story of a man who took more than one day to travel a quarter of the globe to return to his family from the Alaskan wilderness, The Last Frontier, where nature goes on on its own, as it did for the last thousands of years, and as I hope will be let free to do for the next thousands as well.