WARREN CONNECTICUT – We actually have traffic here on weekends in mid-October, as the world descends on us, visitors on the lookout for fall foliage. It is, in fact, glorious, especially when the weather is perfect. I’ve had a long struggle trying to photograph the Eastern deciduous forest (which lacks the scenics points of view of my native Utah). Shooting wide again with my Sony a7riv.
Day 3650 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date five years ago (day 1824 of one photo every day): Skyline drive, Virginia. This picture’s EXIF data suggest it was taken on October 14, but I originally published it as October 13, which may mean that the date in the camera was wrong.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – I shot rocks and trees in the rain today with my Sony a7riii. Here’s where my self-imposed limit to black and white images bites: the images were nuanced and lovely in color, but a jumble in black and white. I’m posting both today to illustrate.
Day 3300 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day seven years ago (day 743 of one photo every day): Subway shot handheld with my Alpa technical camera and Phase One IQ180 digital back.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – It’s been raining on weekends here. A lot. So we have images of a rainy day, and my typical struggles trying to find meaning in the Easter deciduous landscape. The weather sealing on the Sony A7riii got a test and passed with flying colors.
Day 3299 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date last year (day 2934 of one photo every day): Coney Island shot with film (!!) in my 1954 Leica M3.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – It’s Autumn here and Fall colors are irresistible to me in black and white – I fall into this every year. Maybe not my strongest work. Today I ran into a running stream with the wrong lense (I needed wider) so I shot four frames and stitched them in Photoshop.
Day 3291 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.