Things race along with and without reason these days and my duty is to keep a wide eye on their intensity especially when one's world is seen a lot from other side of the camera glass. I can make it lie but only for as long as the shutter button is half pressed before the light emerges in visible form of objects, colour saturation, faces. Those I'm never enough of noticing. No longer a baby I'm photographing, the series will not be about preschooler anymore and the realization is already making me cringe. Yeah, it might be fun if she allows me to rekindle our love affair with the Canon body when she's 16 (hardly believe it but let's keep dreaming) pulling together a box of clothes to play a little dress up. Maybe she'd even bring her girlfriends to satisfy crazy mum's wish to keep this blog alive. Hey, why not? Now that I'm aware of that, of how fast it's happening I'm becoming weirdly passionate about it. I'm sure we'll have fun dressing up no matter our age or style defined permanently or only for weekends. I'll let it come, battery ready and charged. Until then I'm insanely fond of little adventure we're having. Sequins or not, we're still a game.
Related on balmy days: We still haven't put the heating on, not once. What a bravery! But no, our windows point straight into sun's face on most sunny days and we live on the top floor of a fairly new building so yeah, it's pretty warm until our first snot. Stay tuned for that magic moment our radiators will have their say. Thanks for visiting the boutique. x
|^^ Tee: H&M (how could not!), T-Shirt, Sequined skirt: George ^^|