In April I lost track of the weeks and the days and just patiently waited for everything to go back to some normality. In the meantime I cooked, ate, did yoga, painted and walked. These are the shots I took while doing that.
I found the draft of a post I wrote in July 2019 about a normal summer weekend in Zurich, eating and drinking out and enjoying the sun with friends, and and I read it at home alone in a quarantine day when I weirdly wore normal clothes AND makeup. Check it out.
I spent my Saturday afternoon at the après-ski admiring the view and drinking wine with good company and thinking that life is not easy, but sometimes it’s not bad.
This time I crossed the border to the French part of Switzerland!
I love how fast I can capture the world with my phone. I only bring my camera to big occasions (for sure not to work or the lake) but my phone is always with me and ready to photograph.
I’ve recently set aside for a while the VSCO app with which I usually edit all my photos and started using the app HUJI that brings a cool vintage touch. I love the light effects and the date on the photos, it brings me back to my parents’ film camera and photos by the beach.
Check out some of the photos I took from June 30th to today July 18th! Continue reading “Life Bits #1: Zurich & Davos”
In the past months I didn’t post because I chose to give preference to other things in my life, but I never stopped photographing, so here are some things I did while offline.
I’m writing from one of the few coffee shops open on a Sunday and, needless to say, it’s packed. It’s pouring outside and from my seat I can see people running with and without umbrellas to arrive quickly home. Others try to shelter here but there’s no space. I guess people inside – me included – aren’t going anywhere in a while.