NEW YORK NEW YORK – Veterans Day. There is an annual parade up Fifth Avenue. Here’s the NYPD marching band as well as some typical (for me) street stuff, including an entry for my ongoing alleys project. Today I’m back to shooting my Leica Monochrom and Luxocron lens.
Day 2218 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
MORRIS CONNECTICUT – We spent the better part of the weekend at festivities around the wedding of the daughter of old and close friends. We don’t know the bride well so I didn’t take a lot of photos. Here’s a bar. The ceremony was at Winvian, a lovely country inn here in Litchfield County.
Day 2060 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day four years ago (day 599): Chrysler. This is one of my favorite images from this project. It was take with a Hasselblad 60 meg back on a technical camera body with a very wide lens. The original was in color but I converted it to black and white early on. Click through the link and you can see the original as posted in color.
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.