WARREN CONNECTICUT – At last, a lovely crisp winter day with relatively new snowfall (actually nicely windblown for my purposes). In the late afternoon we took our Leica Monochrom and a vintage 1950s era Dual Range Summicron lens out snowshoeing with Maria. The main point of snowshoes in Connecticut (at least this year) is not deep snow but ice – they have crampons built into them which permit you to crunch across ice fields with confidence. We went out our door and over a neighbor’s farmland. The first image is two frames stitched.
On this day one year ago: Taos.