NEWW YORK NEW YORK – We attended a wedding today. I approach weddings and other events opportunistically – There are professionals who’ve been hired to do the documentation – I just peck around the edges.
Day 3173 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date six years ago (day 982 of one photo every day): Glacier Melt
MORRIS CONNECTICUT – We spent the better part of the weekend at festivities around the wedding of the daughter of old and close friends. We don’t know the bride well so I didn’t take a lot of photos. Here’s a bar. The ceremony was at Winvian, a lovely country inn here in Litchfield County.
Day 2060 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day four years ago (day 599): Chrysler. This is one of my favorite images from this project. It was take with a Hasselblad 60 meg back on a technical camera body with a very wide lens. The original was in color but I converted it to black and white early on. Click through the link and you can see the original as posted in color.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – Tonight we went to a wedding shower for some old friends. I shot mostly with my Leica Monochrom and 35mm Summichron lens – one of no fewer than 6 that I have in this focal length. Typical obsessive behavior by a Leica shooter.
Day 1,653 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
BARRYTOWN NEW YORK – We drove over here this morning (Barrytown is a few miles north of Rhinebeck and a few miles west of Red Hook) for the wedding of two friends, Bill Clegg & Van Scott. As usual at these things my shortcomings as a wedding photographer were manifest, but I did get a few images of Francesca (our daughter) and Bill. Here you go:
TODI, ON THE ROAD, AND MILAN – We started the day in Todi with brunch with the wedding party – I picked up a couple of images with my Leica M9. On the trip to Milan the M9 was in the center console of our rental car where it fired at random – I’ve been collecting “purse shots” so I’ve included one here. Finally we ended up in Milan where we’re staying with an old friend who is doing a serious job of renovating an important Bauhaus apartment building – which I shot with my M9 and 24mm Summilux.