NEW YORK NEW YORK – Another day on the lower east side. I was less moved by it than usual so I didn’t bring much back – based on a rough edit a small tree in bloom is about the best. Also an alley from later in the day.
Day 2015 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – However hard I try I can’t avoid the fact that . . spring is everywhere. And it looks nice. It’s almost not cold here, and the early spring light is crisp and beautiful. I could go on about the paradox of beauty in art, but lets just enjoy the moment. On the first image below at least I was able to shoot my 1954 Leica Dual-Range Summicron wide opwn, which makes the out of focus portion of the image delicious, so there is at least something to talk about here.
Day 2014 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – No alleys today – it turns out that they aren’t that common – Manhattan real estate is too valuable to loose the frontage for the entrance. I’m keeping at it, though. To an abstraction from the facade of the Park Avenue Armory and a snap shot of Laura and Baby V.
Day 2010 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.