On Wednesday I packed up my things into two suitcases. Initially I wasn't planning on packing my camera - along with the charger it would just take up much too much space, and I wouldn't be taking my PC, meaning I wouldn't have access to Photoshop anyway. But in the end I just couldn't leave it behind, so I made space and now it's beside me in Gustave's room in Barcelona. I'm spending my birthday here, then I'm going to be flying up to Cologne for some quality time, before taking the train to Paris for a few nights, and eventually taking another to train to La Rochelle, so I can finally move into my new apartment and start the semester.
Until then I'll be taking little snaps and trying to get back into photographing inanimate objects and the like.
Gustave's flatmate seems to be quite the coffee-pro, and so I documented the coffee-making process with my camera - all of the tools and machines are so shiny and slick. It was very satisfying and came with a nice carefree 'aftertaste', as the photography was purely for my own benefit, and I didn't need to follow anyone else's preferences or suggestions (not that I mind, but it certainly gave the entire experience a more independent and creative feel).