Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO400, f2.8, 1/60, raw
I went very close to make some drastic changes in my life, today. The only reason why nothing eventually happened is that the person I had to talk to wasn’t there. So, my drastic plans got postponed until further notice, since putting together the required willingness and determination isn’t that easy.
For the rest, it was a pretty average day, spent for the most at the office, then I collected the printed version of third volume dedicated to the 365(+1) Days of NEX-7 from my former home (I haven’t communicated Blurb that my address changed yet), I enjoyed flipping through it for a while, I returned home, played with Agata for a couple of hours, brought her to my parents for the night, and drove to a nice area of the city center where I had dinner and drinks with Claudia and some very good friends of ours.
Claudia drove us back home, since I had one too many drinks. When we got in the underground parking space, my spider-sense tingled. I jumped out of the car (well, it wasn’t really moving anymore…), overtook Claudia (in fact she was already out) so to watch her beautifully walking, barely lit, between the pipes on the ceiling and the dirty concrete floor, among the metallic garage-doors, one of which disturbingly half opened. I waited for her to be under the spotlight, laterally lit, and then I pressed the shutter.