NEW YORK NEW YORK – Hmmm. Today was a bit of a rush. I got a few shots off, including more of the new Santiago Calatrava sculpture on the Park Avenue dividers. I shot in roughly the same place exactly two years ago.
Day 2066 on one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – Spring is a tough time in the photo-a-day world. We’ve had a long, hard winter to the temptation to focus on the magic of nature’s rebirth is overwhelming, but no one is going to advance the state of the art in photography by shooting daffodils. The best solution may be to shoot away at buds and flowers, and then keep them to myself. There were some trees in bloom on Park Avenue – as far as I can tell they are Callery Pears (which aren’t actually pear trees) – but at least it’s grim and rainy. The first is a conventional view south.
Day 2013 on one photo 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.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – This is another very cold day with nice light. I’m posting three images, not because they are all terrific, but because I couldn’t decide. In general I try to explore eight or ten image ideas every day, which results in 30-50 images as I walk around each subject trying on different angles and framings. Editing is a serious chore.
Day 1,957 of one photo every day for the rest of my life.