WARREN CONNECTICUT – Some of our local deciduous trees. I’ve been struggling with this landscape for decades. I spotted this point of view some time ago and finally got around to shooting it today with my Leica M10-P.
Day 3361 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this date two years ago (day 2631 of one photo every day): Taos Ski Valley. More trees in winter. This time conifers.
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 – Working today with my Leica M10 and a long-time favorite lens, the Leica 24mm Summilux. Today I demonstrate that the lens can produce sunstars, albeit with some internal reflections.
Day 3257 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day two years ago (day 2527 of one photo every day): Out my window. Really. Not a composite.