NEW YORK NEW YORK – We made a pilgrimage to the Japan Society (near the UN) for the brilliant Sugimoto show, the Gates of Heaven, and caught a relatively new vest-pocket part on the way. We caroled on Park Avenue in the evening at the Brick Church ceremony lighting the Christmas trees on Park Avenue.
Day 2,971 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
BROOKLYN NEW YORK – We went out to Red Hook, Brooklyn today for the opening of a group show that I’m in at the gallery of the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists; the show is called Black and White. 499 Van Brunt Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn, weekends 1:00-6:00. http://bwac.org/2015/04/black-white-2015/ Right next door to Fairway in Red Hook.
I’m showing mainly family here today.
Day 2116 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day last year (day 1751): Alley. This is an early image in what has become an ongoing project.
MUSTIQUE – Here we are still, swimming, eating and drinking rum punches. At lunch at the Cotton House beach bar and a still life from our house. Both taken with my Leica Monochrom and 50mm Noctilux lens.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – We’ve instituted a weekly (well at least several times a month) “family dinner” on Sunday evening, so Laura and Alexander came over. Francesca was already here because she’s moved in while she studies for the bar exam in just over two weeks. I gave my Leica gear a well-deserved rest (I’m taking my M9 to Nippon Photo Clinic for adjustments next week) and shot with my Fuji xpro-1. Here’s Alexander at dinner.
On this day last year: Grand Central Terminal. Another lone figure shot. This one in a crowd. A more defiant stance than usual.
NEW YORK NEW YORK = Alexander’s birthday. We made the pilgrimage to Yankee Stadium for a game with the Minnesota Twins. There’s no better experience on a balmy summer evening. It’s not summer but the weather has been unseasonably warm so the evening was in fact balmy. Here’s Yankee Stadium as landscape taken with my iPhone plus a couple taken by Francesca (guest photographer) with the Hipstamatic app.