WARREN CONNECTICUT – Well here’s where thing get tough from an editing point of view. I got out at sunrise on this sensational day. The foliage is sensational in the morning light – so I’m posting three images for today.
Here’s a local farm stand. Taken with my Leica M9 and a 28mm summicron lens. Two frames stitched in PTgui.
Woods, take with my Leica M9 and a 90 mm elmarit lens:
More woods. Same camera and lens. Three frames stitched.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – Well autumn appears to be here – early this year – probably because it’s been extremely dry for the last six weeks (although it pouring as I write this). Here I’ve stitched six frames as a panorama. i’ll use this as a banner for the Daily Photo Blog if I ever get tired of the wildebeests and zebras. Taken with my Leica M9 and a 90 mm Elmarit lens.
WARREN, CONNECTICUT – At last a crisp, clear late fall day. This is the sort of day that gives seasonal weather changes a good reputation. After struggling against against murky light for most of the week. I spent the afternoon in Litchfield having lunch and photographing the town. Tomorrow is supposed to be clear so I’ll come back for sunrise. Today’s posting is from a walk in the woods a little latter in the day.