WASHINGTON DC – I spent my day on foot here with drab, uninspiring light. Images are from the World War II Memorial on the Mall. Architecture in the Capital ranges from really good Beaux Arts to academic looking Beaux Arts. The WWII memorial is in the latter category.
Day 2,759 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WASHINTON DC – I’m here on some James Beard Foundation business, and had a chance to photograph, not very well, on my walks back and forth from Union Station to my meetings. The light was dull – sort of a miasma of politics – so I didn’t get much. The best image of the day was out the window of the offices that we met in.
Day 2202 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WASHINGTON DC – Back here again at a conference. I have a project going on now, which I haven’t really discussed, of shooting security cameras. They really are everywhere. Consider this a “Where’s Waldo” exercise. Note the confluence of Union Station Washington and GCT in New York on this date.
Day 2092 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS – I caught the first shuttle of the day from New York to have a bit of time here before meetings to catch my photo for the day. Really dull light and not much going on visually, so I’ve had to settle for a fairly tame near far thing with pansies taken with my Leica Monochrom and a 24mm Summilux lens. Not my proudest moment, image-wise.
On this day last year: An ugly corner of DC. Probably should have been converted to black and white.
WASHINGTON DC – I’m here in DC at some client meetings. They start around 8:00 AM but that let’s me get up and catch the morning magic hour with such monuments and flowering stuff (there’s a lot of it) as are within walking range of our hotel. These are all with my Leica M and an 18mm Super Elmar M lens – my go to wide these days. That’s the same contrail in the first two images.