The floors have been mopped, almost all of the laundry is done. The rubbish has been sorted and dumped in the appropriate bins. Supplies resupplied, wine not quite finished, and most of my goodbyes have been said.
I have loved being here in this Ligurian city again. Six busy days filled with people and interviews, of photography and so much fun.
Blue skies were there waiting outside my window every morning, temperatures were warm ... 29 celsius
may have been the norm, although I wasn't paying attention in a deep way.
Genova makes me smile, my eyes open wider and sure, I am close to exhausted but these last few weeks have been ...intense. The wedding in France, the workshop in Piedmont, the interview series here in Genova. A huge cold that threatened to bring me to my knees was probably the worst of it.
Anyway, this is how I was looking on Monday. Still bemused by the fact that yes, if you teach a photography workshop then being photographed becomes the new normal. Thank you to Sandy Millar, the photographer and woman who talked me through the agony that is being photographed.