NEW YORK NEW YORK – I took a walk today from the Flatiron Building to my office, with my Leica M9 and 18mm lens in hand. Some images came out well. Some not. Why should this day be any different than any other? I’m always moved by the display of ribbons on the fence at Marble Collegiate Church. They signify prayers that the congregation has dedicated to dead American service men and women in Central Asia. By the way, I’m converting a lot of images to black and white – this is the run up to the Leica Monochrom (sic), which I have on order. Here you go:
On this day last year: Native Roses.