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.
BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS – I got out on the street between meetings here today. Kind of typical Boston subject for me – I need to get out of my rut here. Shot with my Leica Monochrom – three frames stitched.
Day 2,918 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS – I’m here for meetings and my annual pilgrimage to Fenway Park (the Red Sox v. the Blue Jays). Being from New York I’m not a Red Sox fan, but Fenway is nonetheless a lot of fun. I got desperate at one point so I shot a drain in a sink just to have an image for the day. At Fenway I used the panorama feature on the phone and cut the panos back in post. The image below was shot in one of several rain delays.
Day 2,833 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
Pn this day last year (day 2,468): Arles. Continuing the sink theme.