WASHINGTON CONNECTICUT – Apologies for the length of this post. A persistent ground fog this morning gave me an opportunity to do some of the best imaging that I’ve done for a while – first with my drone at sunrise in Washington CT, and latter with my Leica Monochrom in Warren CT.
Day 2,894 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – We had the blessing of heavy fog this morning. I strapped my 75mm Summicron lens onto my Leica Monochrom and went to work. This is the first pretty good day of images in a while. All of the images from today are stitched in Photoshop from multiple frames.
The large number of images (five) is presented with apologies – I didn’t know where to start editing.
Day 2264 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – What a crappy day. I could have gone out and captured images in the pouring rain, but I didn’t. Here’s an image of the RFK (nee Triborough) Bridge captured with a very long Leica R lens adapted to my Sony 7Rmii.
By the way, I’ve been putting up two posts a day for a while, catching up from the period when I was in Japan, China and San Francisco. Today I’m officially caught up (only a week behind which his my usual process) so I can go back to posting once a day.
Day 2185 of one photograph a day for the rest of my life.
On this day last year (day 1820): LUNCH. One of my favorite images of last year.