Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO200, f5.6, 6.0s, raw
It’s always nice to be back home. And now that Agata is with us, it’s even better. Since she learns something new everyday, I never know what I’m going to find home when I return after a three/four days trip. This time, for example, I found that my baby knows how to properly crawl. She’s pretty good at it. Which means that we can’t ever avert our eyes from her. She seems programmed to quickly get at the most dangerous objects and try to eat them.
In the evening we had an aperitif with the girls from WeddInProgress which will take care of the organization of Agata’s baptism. They are very good at their job, and they came out with tons of great ideas for the party and then they prepared a thick and detailed plan. Our friend Lorenzo Mazzoni, which is an incredible chef besides being a talented musician, will take care of the (finger)food. With this team, I’m more than sure that Agata’s baptism party will be fantastic.
The aperitif ran late, but the night was calm and warm, with a gentle refreshing breeze, so we didn’t mind. At a certain point I left the girls chatting and I had a walk around the terrace. We changed the disposition of most of the furnitures and plants around to make it more suitable for a party. It is actually much better now than it was before. We never had really the time to think about the terrace so far.
The south-facing side offers my favorite view from this house. It is a messy mix of old 19th century, 70’s and 80’s working-class houses, with the huge gas-holder towering over. I took my tripod and set the camera for a long exposure shot to capture all the details of such a beautiful night.