WARREN CONNECTICUT – More familiar ground with my new Leica Monochrom 246. Today I shot some very old lenses that don’t couple properly with the rangefinder but which can be focussed using the camera’s live view feature. The first image is a with a 1936 Karl Zeiss 50mm Sonar f2.0 mounted on the camera with an exotic Contax to Leica adapter from the 1950s. Next is Basil wearing a t-shrt to cover up his stitches so he can’t scratch them.
Day 2039 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – No alleys today – it turns out that they aren’t that common – Manhattan real estate is too valuable to loose the frontage for the entrance. I’m keeping at it, though. To an abstraction from the facade of the Park Avenue Armory and a snap shot of Laura and Baby V.
Day 2010 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.