WARREN CONNECTICUT – Another snow covered day, but at least today we have some sunlight.
Day 1,970 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day four years ago (day 509): Weston. A Cole Weston print. One of my favorite images. Question: How did Clarice get into this position without leaving any marks in the sand? Original posted in color. As usual the black and white image is stronger.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – March is a really disappointing month here. The vernal equinox, the first day of Spring, happens in March, but Spring is nowhere to be found here. Three frames stitched, taken with my Leica Monochrom and “Luxochron” lens.
Day 1,969 of one photo every day for the rest of my life.
On this day five years ago (day 143): Cholla captured at Joshua Tree National Park. This image was originally posted in color – back when I was shooting Hasselblad medium format. It’s much stronger converted to grayscale, which illustrates that I really do imagine in black and white.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – Winter fatigue is fully evident here. Will the snow ever go away? As usual, taken with my Leica Monochrom camera and a 50mm lens – in this case three frames stitched.
Day 1,963 of one photo every day for the rest of my life.
On this day four years ago (day 502): Grid. The view from the cafeteria at Dewey, a now defunct law firm. As originally posted this image was in muted color; I’ve since converted it to black and white.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – Winter continues unabated here, with a remarkable amount of snow. It’s also cold so I started the day shooting inside. Finally venturing out for groceries late in the day I captured a few landscapes.
Day 1,962 of one photo every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – For some reason today I’ve developed a Zen relationship with the ever-present snow. I’ll be surprised if this doesn’t go down in history as the coldest and most snow-covered February in this area in decades.
Day 1,955 of one photo every day for the rest of my life.