Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO200, f2.5, 1/60, raw
We have a couple of friends in Madrid which had a baby girl, Alice, just one year ago (a bit more, to be honest). A couple of days ago, Alice’s mother brought her for the first time to the hairdresser. She post a pic to show how messed her hair was before the cut. But when I asked to see how the haircut worked out, she traded a new shot of Alice with a fresh portrait of Agata. And here it is. Carla, now it’s your turn to show me Alice in her new haircut!
This photo has been taken at my in-laws. We’re spending a lot of time at their place since ours is literally filled with boxes. It is incredible how much stuff one can fit in a flat. So much, I can say, that if you fill boxes with it you end up occupying the whole place. It seems unlogic, I know, but that’s how it works. We had five movings in the last eight years, and everytime it is the same shock. How all that stuff could have been hidden in our flat(s) is everytime a mistery.
Tomorrow the moving company will start the moving, that is, they will quickly empty our current place. In a couple of days we’ll be forced to leave home and stay for a few days at my in-laws. Then, if everything goes accordingly to the agenda, by Wednesday we’ll be having dinner at our new home. We are all very excited.