MANHATTAN – We’re here, scurrying around, making plans to decamp to rural northwestern Connecticut to ride out the Covid epidemic. We’re leaving in two days, and in the meantime staying inside to the extent possible. Interestingly our building continues the ongoing work on its facade. So today’s picture is the windows of my office here with a worker outside doing whatever. You can see the copy stand that part of my film digitalization setup.
Day 3805 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date eight years ago (day 883 of one photo every day): Discussion at the Red Rooster.
BOSTON MA AND VERNON CT – I finished my meetings in Boston and took a car back to NY in light of my reluctance in these early Covid days to take any form of mass transportation. We stopped for lunch at Rein’s Deli in Vernon CT, near Hartford, a justifiably famous joint off of I91 near Hartford. Both images shot with my iPhone.
Day 3800 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date six years ago (day 1608 of one photo every day): Manhattan – Chambers Street.