WARREN, CONNECTICUT – We’re having our first snow storm of the season. We’re on a high point, a few hundred feet above Lake Waramaug. The difference in elevation is enough that we have much more snow over the winter season than the lake. There are many, many more churches to photograph in Litchfield County but I felt that I should give you a break.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – Another beautiful morning. I caught this on the fly running to a morning meeting.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – Lovely, enveloping early winter light this morning. Dashed out onto the street to catch it while it lasted.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – This is a favorite subject of mine: Mies van der Rohe’s iconic Seagram building. You’ll see this building again on this blog. The space defined by the Seagram building, its plaza and the Racquet and Tennis Club across Park Avenue is one of the outstanding urban spaces in New York. This is from the balcony of the Racquet and Tennis Club. It’s about 5:30 PM so most offices are still illuminated.
Technically this image was stitched from four separate images shot with my Leica M9 and a 35 mm Summicron Asph. lens. Images were stitched with PTGui Pro software.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – This post is belated. The image was taken at a truffle dinner at the James Beard Foundation on December 1, but posted in April. Not much of an image – I should have gotten more or the rolls in the foreground, but I guess the smell of truffles distracted me.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – We attend a Piemontese white truffle dinner at the James Beard Foundation, hosted by Joe and Paul Bartolotta. I’ve edited this post – on reflection I like the image below better than the one originally posted.
By the way I’ve made some changes to the site. I’ve added three additional galleries under “Parties” and a gallery called Fireworks. I’ve also added a star rating system. This is an experiment – I’ll be working over the next few months to refine it. Feel free to click on the stars at the top of each post to cast a vote on it.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – This is a good time of the year to photograph New York in the dark – it gets dark early, around 5:00 PM. Buildings are fully illuminated because workers are still at their desks at this hour. Today we walked in the Lincoln Center to Columbus Circle area.