BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS – I’m here in Beantown for two busy days of meetings. I squeezed these off out my hotel window. Shot with my Leica M 10-P. In the case of the claustrophobic facade, three frames stitched and hand spotted to remove reflections.
Day 3316 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date seven years ago (day 759 of one photo every day): Morso, which subsequently closed. It’s tough being a restaurant in New York.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – I wandered the Upper West Side today with my Sony A7riii and the well-thought-of 24-90 native Sony zoom. I usually don’t like zooms but this one performs well. The real issue with it is that it’s Bokeh (the quality of the out of focus parts of images) is “edgy”, which I don’t like at all – I prefer “creamy.”
Day 3302 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WINGDALE and MANHATTAN – I was all over the place today, driving up to Warren CT to run an errand in the town hall (which is only open Monday-Thursday when we normally aren’t there) and then back to New York.
Day 3282 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date five years ago (day 1456): Tomatoes. This was taken with the first version of the Leica Monochrom and the 50mm Leica APO-Summicron lense (the Luxocron); I loved the rendering of this lens five years ago and it’s still in daily use.