WARREN CONNECTICUT – Roadside snow fencing.
Day 1,634 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day one year ago (day 1,269): New Preston Congregational Church. I’ve decided that I like the black and white version of this image more than the color version that I published last year.
New Preston Church
WARREN CONNECTICUT – Hideous time of year in rural Northwestern Connecticut. Spring arrives late every year and this year it’s really late. But . . . heavy ground fog this morning provided some photo opportunities.
Day 1,633 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day three years ago (day 534): Big yellow bear. No kidding on this one. This is not photoshop trickery. Urs Fisher’s Big yellow teddy bear lamp was actually installed in the piazza in front of the Seagram building. Three frames stitched.
Urs Fisher’s yellow teddy bear lamp
WARREN CONNECTICUT – I drove up to Connecticut this morning to fetch our dog and catch up with what’s going on here. Not much in the way of Spring. Last year at this time the forsythia were in full bloom. This year: a couple of sad little snow drops pushed through the snow on the ground.
Day 1,632 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day three years ago (day 536): 1930s again.
Debevoise conference room
WARREN CONNECTICUT – What looks like snow here is actually a sheet of ice. I wandered around a bit, but not very far, and found this. I’m getting genuinely tired of using “winter” and “Warren” tags.
The second image is a screen shot of my Twitter page showing 10,000 followers, which I celebrated today.
This is day 1,613 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day four years ago (day 152): Cash for your Warhol. This image as originally published was in color (taken with a Leica M9). I’ve reworked it, translating to black and white, which I really prefer for this image. Click through on the link if your interested in the original version.
Cash for your Warhol
WARREN CONNECTICUT – A freezing windy day here. I ventured out briefly to capture a moment of decent light and was driven back by the weather.
Day 1,612 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day four years ago (day 151): Citcorp.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – So I’ve got the same “the dog ate my homework” story as yesterday, but these images look pretty good so I probably won’t have to do further edits. There is, you might say, a fair amount of snow here. My friend, John Novogrod, and I snowshoed out of our back door for a few miles each way in 36 inches of fresh snow. No trails. No snowmobile tracks. A major workout. [I actually did have a further edit adding the first image below.]
Day 1,585 of one photograph a day for the rest of my life.
Drifts in Warren
On this day four years ago: Madison Square at night.
Madison Square and the Shake Shack
WARREN CONNECTICUT – I’m writing this in New York where we live most of the time. The images from February 15 and 16 were taken in Connecticut where we have a weekend house. I edited the February 15 and 16 images in Connecticut and somehow only brought a portion of them back to New York. This may not be the best image of the day. I’ll be back in Connecticut next weekend and will update this post if I find something better. This photo-a-day thing is very demanding in terms of having a set and consistent workflow. I’ve edited this entry to include the first two images below. I was separated from these files when I first prepared this post.
Day 1,584 of one picture a day for the rest of my life.
On this day four years ago: Field in Warren Connecticut.