NEW YORK NEW YORK – Today is a little bit of an embarrassment. I actually took a picture of the clock in Grand Central Terminal, one of the most photographed objects in the world. Not even at a very interesting angle – I’m going to try again with a longer lens.
Day 2,904 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day five years ago (day 10,78): Coral Beach Club, Bermuda, which has subsequently filed for bankruptcy.
LONDON – I met my sister-in-law today for a walk of most of the length of the Regent’s Canal. Built in the early 19th Century the canal connects the Canary Wharf area in the East to an area to the West of Regent’s Park known as Little Venice. All in all we walked around 8 miles. I used my Leica Mocnochrom, generally shooting wide with my 24mm Summilux lens.
Day 2,887 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
LONDON – I took the day BA day flight here this morning – I’ve got meetings here next week. Travel days are never good for me. This is two frames taken with my iPhone stitched and converted to black and white with my proprietary formula.
Day 2,886 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day two years ago (day 2,155): iPhone image Here we go again.
SANTA FE NEW MEXICO – We drove down here to spend an “urban” day and to position ourselves closer to the Albuquerque airport for our return to New York tomorrow. After a day of heavy rain we had a few moments of transformative light.
Day 2635 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day five years ago (day 809): Taos Ski Valley, which we are just returning from, five years later.
OVER THE NORTH ATLANTIC – Here we are flying home from our flash trip to Brittany. And the alley behind our building once we got home. And finally East 86th Street, which has an almost tenderloiny vice.
Day 2571 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day five years ago (day 745): Blizzard – an amazingly heavy blizzard at the end of October. This really contrasts with the lovely, warm late fall that we are having this year.