1791 – Happy Feet

More and more I find myself wondering about what to do with my D300. The DSLR is in Carinthia now, and during the last week I had again the option to use either this all-weather beast of a camera or the tiny Panasonic LX5. Well, you know what I did. I’ve hardly used a DSLR in half a year. It really makes me wonder 🙂

In addition to these happy feet I leave you with some sole e mare. Both images are probably a little more colorful than real life, but that’s how memories are, right?

The Song of the Day is “Happy Feet” from Paolo Conte’s stellar 1990 album “Parole d’Amore Scritte A Macchina”. If you don’t have a Conte album, this is the one you need. If you have one but not this one, well, you need it anyway 🙂

See a video on YouTube.

2 thoughts on “1791 – Happy Feet”

  1. Ahhh. Footsteps… Always a quick entrance into memories of long past events… traces, signs of something that obviously happened – yet, the story behind it needs to be supplied by the viewer. This involves me and this is what makes great photographs. Wonderfully playful and with almost a auditive quality.


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