WARREN CONNECTICUT – Another distracted day. This is the busiest that I’ve ever been in my day job. I took my Sony Alpha 7r ii out to the barn, which for us has turned into a giant storage bin. Then dogs at a party later in the day.
Day 2221 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – New Years Eve. We’re planning a quiet evening at home tonight, a relief given the high level of activity around here since before Christmas, so no pictures of drunken revelers today.
Every morning I load a card into my camera, format it, put a freshly charged battery in and then check it by taking a shot of my feet or whatever else is around to make sure that the camera’s settings are all inbounds. That way I know that I’m ready to shoot for the rest of the day. When I deviate from this routine I get into to trouble. Sometimes the random morning test shot its pretty good. Here’s the rug in my study here. Later in the day ruins somewhere near the town line between Morris and Warren, CT; there light was really dull so nothing of great interest here.
Day 1,903 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day two years ago (day 1,173): Mack. I’ve rethought the crop on this one. I shot with a Rollei 2.8F for many years, then a Hasselblad 501. Both have square frames, so I often see things as squares. Two years ago I put this image up uncopped. Today I’ve cropped it square.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – there were plenty of reasons to stay in the house today, starting with high winds and way sub-freezing temperatures. So . . . I collected my images for the day from around the house. Here we are with my Leica Monochrom and the fabulous Carl Zeiss 15mm rectilinear wide angle lens. Next weekend we will be back inside working on holiday decorations.
Day 1,885 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.