The recently launched Glashütte Senator Chronometer Tourbillon Limited Edition sets a very traditional dial on a partially skeletonized face that literally allows a peek behind the curtain, revealing the inner works in their full glory. The blue sub-dial with practical 12-hour markings would be at home on any banker’s wrist, while the skeletonized lower half is a mechanical symphony of movement that could be one of Michelangelo’s incredibly detailed mechanical sketches come to life. The flying tourbillon automatic caliber 58-05 movement boasts a 70-hour power reserve, housed in a 42mm platinum case. While tourbillons that are chronographs are rare, an even more impressive feature is the ability to set the time to the second, making this watch a train conductor’s dream. A dark blue strap crafted from an obliging Louisiana alligator and a platinum buckle holds the Senator securely in place; Glashuette-Original.com.
During the height of stay-at-home orders, award-winning Photographer Wioletta Bublik set out to capture Key Biscayne families during quarantine in front of their homes. What she documented has been an inspiration for all those following her journey on social media and around the world.
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