HOPEWELL JUNCTION NEW YORK – While driving up to Pine Plains I spotted this house covered with pumpkins. Stitched from 6 frames taken with my Leica Monochrom and90mm lens. The second image is the same house, taken with a 24mm Summilux lens, two frames stitched and distortion corrected.
Day 2210 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day last year (day 1845): Francesca makes a plan. A year later she’s moved into the apartment that she was planning work on in this image.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – We went to a terrific Halloween party at Susanna Lea’s house – a good sized party with all ages, from newborns to, well, me. This is exactly where we were one year ago – same party and most of the same people. Here’s an image of one of the children at the party, taken with my Nikon D700.
Here’s a link to the Wikipedia entry for Ingrid Betancourt. Interestingly when you enter “Ingrid B” as a Google search term she comes up first on the drop-down menu, ahead of Ingrid Bergman. Here’s Ingrid this year:
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – This is a poor day for photographing and for photographs. New York is heavily overcast. The light is heavy, without any charm or grace. I’m rushing around to prepare for a trip to Oregon. While walking on the Upper East Side I saw this precursor to Halloween. It’s odd because the building is unoccupied; it has a number of building permits posted on it, as well as a stop work order. Carpenters with a childish bent?