Roque de las Bodegas is one of the few exceptions to “my” rule of a rather unexciting Tenerife. Roque de las Bodegas in the northern most part of Tenerife has a little beach, a roquey one, and a roquey pier which seems to be used for all kinds of (crappy, ahem) purposes besides it’s main purpose fishing.
D200, ISO100, 1/125 sec @ f/6.7, Sigma 10-20mm
D200, ISO100, 1/125 sec @ f/9.5, Sigma 10-20mm
D200, ISO100, 1/125 sec @ f/11, Sigma 10-20mm
D200, ISO100, 1/125 @ f/8, Tamron 28-75mm
… with a pang of pain…
The weekend’s been a terribly busy one. I got a brief for a brochure of about 200 pages last Friday and I have to have the first pdf for correction ready by Tuesday, so you can imagine what schedule I’m on. I spent probably 35 hours at the computer in the past 2,5 days. Not exaggerated.
I’ve been playing a lot of music and when I just turned on Amy MacDonald and track 2 (This is the Life) started playing I found myself wandering off to a -so it seems- distant past when I spent three months in the US.
I remember playing this CD quite a lot when I was there and for some reason I always have a very strong association with music to events or things I was doing at the time I was listening to a certain song or CD.
So there I was…
Looking at myself biking to school, going out for trips with people and spending time with the great, wonderful people I met during those three months. It’s been one of the best summers of my life, and it’s been the summer that has gone by the fastest. Those three months were like a week, it was that intense.
I’m feeling a sting in my gut as I write this.
I miss you guys. I miss you all a lot. And I wish we could do it all over again.
When are we going to do a reunion?
I mean… SERIOUSLY!!