WASHINGTON CONNECTICUT – On the way back to New York we stopped to visit a friend who had been infected with a flesh eating bacterium while swimming in the surf in Uruguay. Here’s Maria, visiting.
Day 1,620 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day last year: Fixer upper.
TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS – A very active day. Maria did two dives; I rode out on the dive boat and snorkeled. When we got back I had a long walk on the beach – Im on a program of walking at least seven miles a day (14,000 steps on my fitbit). We caught a sunset. Here you go:
Day 1,602 of one generally black and white photo every day for the rest of my life.
Maria takes a dive
The end of the day
On this day last year (Day 1,237): Gasparilla.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – I went shopping for Valentines Day today and found this red crystal heart. I’ve given Maria other crystal hearts so it will be joining a growing collection.
Day 1,581 of a photo every day for the rest of my life.
Valentines Day shopping
On this day two years ago: Hopkins vineyard.
ANTIGUA – Still here. Slogging away at relaxing on the beach. If you know of another daily photo shooter who does a better job with the tropics send me a link.
Day 1,574 of one picture a day for the rest of my life.
On this day last year: Friends.
ANTIGUA – We had thunderstorms this afternoon and thus attractive clouds and a rainbow. Maria hid out on the beach under her hat. Here you go:
Day 1,569 of my daily exposure exercise: one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day two years ago:
MUSTIQUE ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES – There are exactly four places to get food or drink on this island. One of them is Firefly where we went today for a cocktail at sunset. Here are some images taken with my Leica Monochrom and a 50mm Summilux lens.
On this day last year: Warren in good light.
More Warren in good light
WARREN CONNECTICUT – New Years day. Slightly hung over and out of sorts. I took exactly one picture today, a picture of Maria walking the dog. On reviewing it I was horrified to find out that it looked like a terrible ’50s snapshot – harsh and over exposed in the bright sun. This with my Leica MM and 35mm Summilux lens, demonstrating that good equipment doesn’t make good pictures. I downsized it, moved to my iPhone and processed with Plastic Bullet, which adds a bunch of grunge. It looks pretty much like a ’50s snapshot badly processed.
On this day last year: Taos mountain.