LITCHFIELD CONNECTICUT – Another day out with my Leica Monochrom and my 55 year old Leica Dual Range Summicron lens. This time in this lovely historic town. I’ve shot the Congregational Meeting House before, but I still find it magical. The shadow selfie breaks my rule against selfies, but I’m feeling rebellious today. Overall nice results.
Day 2242 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – I’ve gotten a bit behind posting here – I’m taking at least a picture every day but a trip to the Far East has messed up my posting schedule. I’ve got a bunch of images in the can and I’ll catch up by posting twice a day over the next few weeks.
Day 2153 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – You may have noticed that its been a while since I posted an urban image here. That’s because we came up to Connecticut on December 24, 2014; we’re staying here through January 4. This is what my life would look like if we moved to Connecticut full time. Note the prominence of local Congregational meeting houses. This part of Connecticut really is New England, and these structures dominate town greens.
Day 1,901 of one photo every day for the rest of my life.
On this day two years ago (day 1,170): Litchfield. Three frames stitched, using a vintage 1954 Dual Range Summicron lens.
NEW MILFORD CONNECTICUT – I drove up to Connecticut last night to drop Basil the Norwich Terrier off, and then back to New York today to greet Maria as she returns from Frankfurt. I caught an image of the New Milford Congregational Church (three frames stitched) as I passed through here. Also back in New York a close up with my new Leica T.
Day 1,822 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day two years ago (day 1,092): Bright day.
WASHINGTON CONNECTICUT – New Preston Cemetery. This is on the road from our house to the hardware store so I stop here for photo ops frequently. Taken with my Leica Monochrom and 135mm APO Telyt lens. I don’t often shot long buy in this case I liked the perspective compression and selective focus.
NEW PRESTON CONNECTICUT – I stopped the New Preston Congregational Church on my Sunday morning newspaper run. This is not a new subject for me but this time I took in some details with my Leica S2 medium format camera. On reflection the angel is not a great work of art – the face lacks the plasticity that a talented sculptor can provide – but hey, who doesn’t like an angel.