LITCHFIELD CONNECTICUT – I’m here to top up my shopping list – of course carrying my Sony A7riii. The Litchfield Jail has been converted to shopping – not really very appealing.
Day 2992 (a palindrome) of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day eight years ago (day 70): Monarch butterflies photographed in the mountains of Mexico where they go to winter. Amazing. the completely cover every surface. Follow the link to see the original in color
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.
LITCHFIELD CONNECTICUT – Still working with my Leica Monochrom and an 80 year old Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar lens, which produces a lovely “glow”. I’ve shot this church many times in this is one of my favorites. Three frames stitched in Photoshop.
LITCHFIELD CONNECTICUT – We drove to Litchfield to catch up on post holiday sales and for lunch at a local diner. Images taken with my Leica Monochrom camera and vintage 50mm Dual Range Summicron lens.
Three images stitched: the Congregational Church in Litchfield, a subject that I’ve spent some time with in the past.
LITCHFIELD CONNECTICUT – I spent the late afternoon giving myself a walking tour of North Street in Litchfield. Here’s a link to the Wikipedia article on the Litchfield Historic District. Shot with my Alpa TC and 47mm Schneider XL lens. Two frames stitched.
On this day one year ago: Infrared image. One of the better examples of these.
LITCHFIELD CONNECTICUT – I spent some time in this historic old village exercising my Hasselblad, taking full frontal images of some of the buildings in town. Here’s the Union Savings Bank Building, conveniently located right next to the historic Litchfield jail. The sign looks sort of temporary. I’m guessing here (I’ll check this out with some of our local friends) that this was formerly the First National Bank of Litchfield, which was merged into the Union Savings Bank earlier this year.