Friday June 27, 2014

NEW YORK NEW YORK – I was out today with my little bitty camera – my pocketable Sony RX100 III. It’s fine. Really. I like it. But its images just don’t have the same impact as my Leica Monochrom images. The polo is missing. Here’s one from 86th Street today. Actually two frames stitched.

Day 1,716 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

H&M
H&M

On this day four years ago: Festival in Ecuador.

Festival
Festival

Saturday May 3, 2014

NORTHVILLE CONNECTICUT – Tired of indifferent weather I spent the morning with a camera in our local hardware store. Not the best moment in my one photo every day journey.

Day 1,661 of on picture every day for the rest of my life.

Hardware
Hardware

On this day four years ago (day 200): Avery Fisher Hall.

James Beard Awards rehearesal
James Beard Awards rehearesal

Friday December 6, 2013

NEW YORK NEW YORK – Another rainy day. I spent some time this morning at Thornwillow Press’s shop at the St. Regis ordering Christmas presents for various family members, an experience captured with my Leica Monochrom and 50mm Luxochron lens. Later I took in the crowds at Rockefeller Center in the rain, again with the Monochrom but with my 24mm Summilux lens.

Thornwillow Press
Thornwillow Press
Rockefeller Center Tree
Rockefeller Center Tree

On this day last year: glassware.

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Wednesday December 19, 2012

NEW YORK NEW YORK – Out and about with my Leica Monochrom and 18mm Super Elmar lens. An intense winter day. We left for Connecticut without having uploaded this images from my New Desktop, so we skipped December 19 until we got back to New York – I’m actually writing this on January 1 and posting it retroactively. Here it is – the sidewalk in front of Bloomingdales.

Bloomingdales
Bloomingdales

On this day one year ago: Christmas grunge.

Have yourself a grungy Christmas
Have yourself a grungy Christmas

Thursday November 1, 2012

NEW YOKR NEW YORK – A good day with my camera. We had dinner with Patrizia Chen and some friends of hers. I’m getting even better results from my Leica now that I have glasses that correct my astigmatism. Before Patrizia’s dnner I stopped at Ladurée, an outpost on Madison Avenue of the French cathedral of macaroons. All images taken with my Leica Monochrom and 35mm Summilux lens.

Patrizia
Patrizia
Dinner
Dinner
Ladurée
Ladurée

On this day last year: Ceiling. I was struggling here.

Gamercy Park Hotel
Gamercy Park Hotel