VENICE – As noted yesterday I’m here to catch up on the Architecture Biennale. For overnight stay’s in Venice I often treat myself to the Gritti Palace Hotel. This morning at breakfast a guy showed up with a falcon, not something you see every day. It turns out that he works for the hotel and the falcon’s job is keeping seagulls away from the Gritti’s deck.
Day 3177 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
MILAN – Just getting my footing here. I’m traveling with my Sony A7riii and a small assortment of prime lenses. This is three frames stitched, illustrating the Viennese style the typifies much of this city’s old buildings.
Day 3175 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date three years ago (day 2079 of one photo every day): Avignon France. Ironically another building front. Maybe not ironical at all. I do a lot of these.
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
MANHATTAN – This was a “the dog ate my homework” day. I loaded up my usual gear (the Sony converted to black and white and a couple of lenses) and headed cross town to Riverside Park. On arrival I found a big problem – I had left the SD card in the computer and had neglected to take a test image in before I left. It’s a hike to Riverside Park so I proceeded with my iPhone.
Day 3170 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.