6 Things Casper Landmorse Can’t Live Without
3. car key
…in this case, my Alfa Romeo Stelvio (aka family car). Our second vehicle is an Abarth 595. Our family loves Italy and our car shows this clearly. Our current line-up is as close as I can get to my (achievable) dream garage, and I’m grateful for that! I keep my car keys with a key chain that my daughters gave me on Father’s Day with the word “Far” engraved on it.
4. Victorinox Swiss Army Pocket Knife
I don’t understand why these little knives aren’t as common as they used to be. I only have one other friend who often carries a pocketknife. Small Victorinox Swiss Army Knife I remember my grandfather had this particular knife. was of my grandfather. I remember like yesterday how I pulled out these handy tools for everyday little ‘obstacles’ like opening letters and packages, cutting apples, tightening loose screws. . And we acknowledge that we are carrying on that tradition. Like my father’s Seiko feeling wearing his LaSalle, I like being able to carry the memories of his grandfather with me every day.
I have a wallet and own a few things that change regularly. Whenever you visit Italy in the past, you probably spent a lot of time looking for the perfect purse. Not too big, not too small. Just the right amount of room.And the leather had to feel and feel odor Just right. This particular purse you see here was purchased at a local market in Cavallino, Italy. But lest you think I’m complacent, I’ll be looking for something new this summer — if I can find one that ticks all the boxes…
6. Sony A6000
I rarely leave home without my camera. I’m using a Sony A6000 with a Sony 50mm F1.8 mounted. It’s just the right size, and I’ve been using it for several years, so I can understand both the interior and exterior. Yes, your phone’s camera is great, but at the end of the day, I’d always prefer a Sony over a phone.
Prior to owning this camera, I had another DSLR that was much larger than the Sony. But when we had kids and had to pack everything with us every day—parents, are you with me?—I started taking my big DSLR away from home. rice field. But as my daughters grew, I started to miss photography. I wanted a small camera that would fit nicely in my pocket, but I still wanted something a little ‘more’ than the average autofocus. That’s why I think the A6000 is perfect.