Sunday, February 24, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
The copper-hued Erika, as found.
A closer look at the Swiss-French keyboard and hammertone (or perhaps just aged) paint finish.
Fine little case, too!
And here's that ABC I mentioned - beautiful color, well preserved, clever logo... but I have sworn off ABCs.
Oh, and speaking of rare sightings - it is a virtual winter wonderland in Geneva, what with all the snow we've been having (first major storm of the season, if you can believe it). Sidewalks that I used yesterday on an ambitious little jog - when the sky was clear and everything perfectly dry - are now buried, perhaps not to be seen until March. Oh, well. We had it coming, I think, it's been snowing everywhere else for months now. Some pictures:
This week, most schools are closed for the traditional February skiing vacation (only in Switzerland, eh?) and the kids who did not get to go off to ski resorts took full advantage of today's weather: skis, snowboards and sleds zoomed past me as I shuffled slowly uphill, trying to reacquaint myself with walking in snow. Still, I am not bothered - this is winter's last hurrah, and it will surely pass. Now to concentrate on staying warm... and upright!
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Speaking of catching up, I haven't exactly been hunting for new finds, but as you know in Geneva the sightings are virtually unstoppable. Here are a few of the more interesting ones recently:
How are you observing ITAM this year? I am now off to catch up with all the posts in my RSS reader... happy typing, everyone!