Thursday December 30, 2010

WARREN CONNECTICUT – I took my Leica M9 out today with a wide lens (24mm Summilux) looking for wind-carved snow in fading, oblique light. I was pleased with what I was seeing and enjoyed take the images, but on reviewing the images none jumped out at me. Perhaps this is a worn-out subject (at least through my eyes).

We had dinner with some friends at Winvian, a nearby inn. A woman at the next table turned out to have a food blog. She included a reference to me – an odd experience for someone who avoids the limelight – in her entry on Winvian. Here’s a link: It’s All Fare.

Anyway here’s wind-carved snow:

Windswept snow, Warren Connecticut
Windswept snow, Warren Connecticut

On this day one year ago: Luke Tanner’s cornfield.

Luke Tanner's cornfield