Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO100, f5.6, 1/800, raw
Time to return home. Holidays are over, once again. The weather here is a mess, there’s a brain-shattering Maestrale blowing as hell, exploding everything that is not tightly fixed. A good day for leaving the beautiful Sardinia, after all.
The travel is the usual exodus, after packing all the sorts of things we brought (and with a kid you happen to bring A LOT of things), we took a ferry, then we had a long ride with a cub, then a plane, and finally another long ride with a cub. We left the boat at half past four, we were home at half past ten.
We had a quick pizza at the pub in front of our apartment building, then we watched an episode of Wilfred (HOW AWSOME IS THAT?), and we are now finally heading for the bed. It has been a long day, and we’re hoping Agata won’t wake up in the night freaking out she’s (once again) in a totally different place from where she fell asleep.
About the shot, it seems to me to be a neat “goodbye summer” photograph, and I hope you’ll agree on that. I was actually framing for the pure abstract composition of the squared door opening on the sea, with the orange lifebelt tied on the rail, when this guy stepped out for his last “cartolina” (postcard). I don’t know who you are, but if, from some crazy random happenstance you’re following the blog, thanks very much for making the shot so much more interesting 🙂
That’s all, since tomorrow I’m back to reality, job, the city, the stress, and all the other little things that make our life a living hell so adventurous to get through.