MANHATTAN – We were hit be an unseasonably early blizzard today. It was hell on traffic – the worse gridlock that I’ve ever seen here. But visually pretty good, so I’m back in my groove. All images shot with my iPhone.
Day 3318 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date eight years ago (day 396 of one photo every day): Helmsley Building Looking up at the Helmsley Building with my Leica M9 and 16mm Voigtlander lens. Re-cropped and re-processed from the original. The ability to go back and re-imagine images is one of the key advantages to shooting raw files and preserving them with non-destructive edits.
MANHATTAN – We had another heavy snow storm today – winter seems to be a never-ending phenomenon this year. I was feeling centered and symmetrical today. Images shot with my Sony A7rii converted to monochrome (by removing the camera’s Bayer filter).
Day 3079 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
MANHATTAN NEW YORK – I spent this morning in the vicinity of New York Hospital in a blizzard – a poor day for humans but excellent for photography. All images taken with Sony A7Riii and lovely 25mm f2.0 Carl Zeiss lens.
Day 3003 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life. A palindrome!
On this day last year (day 2638): A very special bottle of wine. I mean vey special. It drank marvelously – still maintaining some front after 50+ years in the bottle.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – We’re here for the three day Presidnts Day weekend, pretty much snowed in. Very high winds and low temperatures bring with wind chill down to -20 degrees F. Basil the Norwich Terrier refuses to step out of the house so we have to make an accommodation for him in the garage. There is a landscape out there, but photographing it is an unappealing process. I did nonetheless manage a few images of windswept landscape.
Day 1,949 of one picture every day for the rest of my life.
On this day five years ago (day 123): Icy sunrise. We seem to have a theme here in rural northwestern Connecticut in mid-February.