Friday April 17, 2020

WASHINGTON CONNECTICUT – I walked around this lovely village with my camera for a few hours today. Lovely, shifting Spring light. In the cemetery behind St. John’s Church I found a fresh grave; given the age of the decedent most likely a Covid-19 victim. RIP.

Day 3837 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life. Day 31 of Covid lockdown.

1 photo every day
Connecticut in bloom
1 photo every day
New Grave

On this date nine years ago (day 549 of one photo every day): Hongqiao rail terminal Shanghai.

Rail terminal Shanghai
Rail terminal Shanghai

Monday April 13, 2020

WARREN CONNECTICUT – This is usually a weekend retreat for us but for now we’re hunkered down here for the duration. Visually I miss the noise of the City. My work is becoming a little static and, well, static.

Day 3833 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

1 photo every day
Stone Wall

On this day six years ago (day 1641 of one photo every day): Plaza. This is more like it – there’s some tension in the angles.

Plaza
Plaza

Sunday April 12, 2020

WARREN CONNECTICUT – Another day of shooting film in my Hasselblad XPan wide format camera. The last image demonstrates an interest feature of the camera: with the flip of a lever it takes standard 24x36mm images. I’m really enjoying shooting with it.

Day 3832 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.

1 photo every day
Hayfield
1 photo every day
Neighbor
1 photo every day
Neighbor
1 photo every day
Neighbor

On this date last year (day 3466): Wines that I will never see again.

Wines