NEAR UDAIPUR INDIA – Some days are better than others. This was one of the better days. We finished up at the Leopard camp with a morning walk through an agricultural area, and on the way to Udaipur stopped at a remarkable Jain temple. I had trouble editing so I’m posting a mini gallery. The dome is 22 (!) frames stitched.
Day 1,929 of one photo every day for the rest of my life.
On this day three years ago (day 833): Birds. A Hitchcockesque moment.
DELHI INDIA – A grim rainy day here. We spent the day as tourists, visiting among other places a Sikh temple. I’m actually writing this in a tented Leopard camp three hours drive from Udaipur so I don’t have a lot of bandwidth so I’m truncating this post to not much more that I record of the fact that I took a picture on January 20, 2015
Day 1,923 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT and NEW YORK NEW YORK – We woke up on a foggy morning in Connecticut to drive to New York and the Lower East Side to join some friends who had organized a tour of the Tenement Museum and the Eldridge Street Synagogue. Worth a voyage.
Day 1802 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
NEW PRESTON CONNECTICUT – I stopped the New Preston Congregational Church on my Sunday morning newspaper run. This is not a new subject for me but this time I took in some details with my Leica S2 medium format camera. On reflection the angel is not a great work of art – the face lacks the plasticity that a talented sculptor can provide – but hey, who doesn’t like an angel.