68/365(+1), a photo by Luca Rossini on Flickr.
Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO1000, f3.5, 1/60, raw
I left home at 7.40 AM, I came back at 10.30 PM. I had to attend a couple of meetings at a clinic operated by the company I work for. This one is located in Ceglie Messapica, Puglia, very south of Italy. It took me four hours between driving, flying, and then driving again to move from my house to this place. Eight hours of my day were wasted just to move from point A to point B and vice versa. However, I loved the ride, I rented the new Fiat 500, it’s a very enjoyable car. And the landscapes in Puglia are just amazing. More than good for the daily pic.
Sure enough, I didn’t shoot any landscape. My work was to organize the installation of some new, big and heavy piece of equipment in the clinic. So we had to check the installation room together with the roof and the basement. It was the first time I visited the underground of such a large structure. It sure looks as a modern dungeon. When we descended there, I knew that it had to be today’s subject.
The good thing about a big, dark, creepy, labyrinthine dungeon is that leaving without anyone noticing is a piece of cake. You don’t have to be a ninja to disappear, find a nice view, take some shots, and then move back in the pack without raising any suspects. The bad thing is that the same works for any alien, velociraptor, licker, and other assassin creatures which could seek home in such a nice place. You don’t see them, you don’t hear them, until you notice that your group is being decimated.
Luckily we were attacked by no creatures. This time.