WARREN CONNECTICUT – Christmas day. We’re here with our children and grandchild, Baby V, who is now 14 months old. She’s walking and sort of talking. Today I’m shooting with my 1945 Carl Zeiss Sonar lens.
Day 1,897 of one photograph a day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – We spent the better part of the daylight hours today working on Christmas decorations. I’ve included three views of our Christmas tree process. There’s a link to a video below, which I don’t know how to actually include as a video on this site.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – I’m still lugging around the Leica Noctilux f.95 lens. it weighs almost two pounds, more than doubling the weight of my Leica monochrome camera. Here is some architecture from the street and in image at a book party for a friend’s new novel.
Day 1,854 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day five years ago (day 28): Phones – old technology in Grand Central Terminal. I made a more energetic image on this spot a week later.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – Another Friday evening here – this time for Francesca’s birthday. I shoot with my Leica Monochrom and f.95 Noctilux lens in situations like this. The light was very poor so an evening of shooting yields few keepers.
Day 1,849 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
CAMP PENDLETON CALIFORNIA – An interesting couple of days. I’m here for a reunion of my Marine Corps officers Basic School class – catching up with guys who I last saw in Quantico decades ago. I was most impressed by the fact that the active duty Marines who were our hosts were uniformly polite, respectful and helpful.
Day 1,841 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day three years ago (day 745): freak blizzard. (This is a different edit of October 30, 2011 than the one that I used three years ago).