NEW YORK NEW YORK – I got my shot for the day at 6:51 AM on my way to a breakfast meeting. I saw the opportunity and took two exposures. that was it for the day. I knew that I had it so a could stand down on December 23 and worry about more pressing matters, like Christmas shopping. The image is taken with my Leica Moncogrom and 28mm sum micron lens, a classic combination.
Day 1,895 of one photo every day for the rest of my life.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – I shot this afternoon with a long lens. This usually doesn’t work for me – I see best with a wide angle in my hands. The lens is a 280mm Leica R with a Leica 2s tele-extender. These are out my window in the early evening. The last image required hand stacking two images to get shadow detail in the brick.
I’ve done a careful recount of total days on this project without a missed day. I’m going to start posting the running total daily. Here you go
WARREN CONNECTICUT – One weather options this winter seems to be heavy rain and fog. These are actually pretty good conditions for landscape photography. Here are three images taken with my Leica Monochrom and 1958 Dual Range Summicron lens.
WARREN CONNECTICUT – A rainy day. I guess this is what we’ve been saving for. Out with my Monochrom and 18mm lens catching rain and fog with a wide lens. Visually it’s hard to make headway against the sameness of days like this. Here are three tries: