Tuesday April 2, 2019

MANHATTAN – I took a tour of the New York Public Library’s main branch with Joshua Chuang, Director of the library’s rich visual collection. Great day with my Sony A7riii.

Day 3456 (!!) of one photograph every day for the rest of my life. What a number.

Public Library
Public Library
Public Library

On this date last year (day 3091 of one photo every day): Freak storm.

Freak storm out my window

Saturday January 12, 2019

ANTIGUA – This is our last morning here – we were treated with a massive rain squall. Shot with my Leica M10-P.

Day 3376 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

Rainfall

On thiis date two years ago (day 2646 of one photo every day): Bar scene.

Bar scene

Sunday December 23, 2018

LITCHFIELD CONNECTICUT – A long evening of Holiday parties. Here’s a lovely standing clock in Litchfield. Shot with my Leica M10-P.

Day 3356 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

Litchfield CT

On this date two years ago (day 2626 of one photograph every day): Vacant lot

Vacant lot

Wednesday November 21, 2018

WARREN CONNECTICUT – We’ve been collecting plates for a long time. Every time we travel anywhere we try to bring a plate back. Our children made plates for us when they were in school. The whole collection is hung on the soffits of your dining area and family room here. Some samples below.

Day 3324 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

Warren CT plates

On this date four years ago (day 1863 of one photo every day): Long Island City.

Long Island City

Sunday November 11, 2018

BROOKLYN – Poor day for photos – we rushed to St Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn for a performance of Oklahoma!. The light was poorish and I was limited to shooting with my phone, so not much to show from very little effort.

Day 3318 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

Brooklyn St Ann’s Warehouse Brooklyn

On this date three years ago (day 2218 of one photo every day): NYPD Marching Band shot with my Leica Monochrom. A tighter crop than the original post.

NYPD Marching band