Tonight's five to ten minutes worth of activity while waiting for a dryer full of clothes to finish a cycle. Picked up my old DSLR (Canon T1i) and figuring out how to take a proper picture of one of my watches. Wanted to highlight Patek's varying use of angles with the dial and subdials to enhance legibility while maintaining impeccable proportions with the fonts they use, the length of subdial hands and indicators, etc. Didn't quite accomplish my goal very well, I think. Might be the low light evening environment (watch looks very different in the bright sunlight versus the yellow light in our living room). The sapphire crystal is also picking up too much light by "12." But, in any case, it's lovely to stare at this lovely platinum piece through the lens, and even lovelier to stare at it in person! I'll get this right at some point. In the meantime, it's much, much easier to take great pictures of my daughters! I just point and click, and 95% of the pics I take come out fantastic, no matter the lighting. Clearly it's not because I'm a biased father, but because my daughters are far prettier and require much less "proper lighting" than any of the watches I own.