Lens: Voigtlander nokton 50mm f1.1
Camera: NEX-7, ISO1600, f1.1, 1/30, raw
TWO HUNDRED DAYS!!! Wow, this is some sensible number, isn’t it? Two hundred days in which life has taken its path, for each of us. My path is probably fuzzier than it was two hundred days ago, but more stimulating for sure. And we changed house. And neighborhood. And lifestyle (we change it almost daily, with Agata growing and subsequently ruling our lives).
Yeah, the best living time-metering system is surely a baby. You can measure days, weeks seem months, and months seem years. I could almost keep a daily photographic project on the new things she learns to do, or on how her personality delineates and grows richer and richer.
Fact is, now she watches telly standing on her own (almost), and chats a lot (in her own language) but she seems to understand most of the things we tell her, and wants to eat whatever we’re eating, and likes music and dancing, and kisses, and she hugs, and she gives high-five, and every day she does, knows, or shows something more.
So, two hundred days of nex-7 can seem a lot, but are really nothing compared to what she achieved. While being always happy and playful. That’s the spirt I need. OK, my daughter just gave me the first life-lesson.