Cushioned Mornings

By: Gustav Hoiland

Jan 24 2012

Category: portrait

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Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:17mm
ISO:800
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Christmas Taxidermy

With the last Sat-Mon three day weekend now way behind me, a full day of Tuesday activities has delivered me now to my mid-week two-day break. Or rather break from formal obligations. I find myself going to panel discussions at MIT on the topic of how biology Ph.D candidates can get into private equity and consulting after they graduate. Fascinating stuff.

And here we have another weekender, sunk into the cream colored couch. A recurring trend here, this was one of those AGHgottashootthisrealquickholdittherek? moments. She’s used to it, and better yet she always looks the part in them. Or rather the part I intended to capture.

This particular view, with the bathroom a room and a half behind the main room, has this incredible depth that has caught my attention a half dozen times in recent weeks. Turns out I just needed that extra subjectual punch to move me to document.

Slumberous pursuits await.

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