NEW YORK NEW YORK – I made it home late this afternoon in time to miss a major thunderstorm. The aftermath, out our window, was a major rainbow in very odd light. What you see here is what actually happened. The rainbow was taken with my Sony A7rii and the lovely 16mm Zeiss Batis lens – two frames stitched to get really wide.
Day 2,804 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
MUSTIQUE – The house that we’re staying at, L’Ansecoy, belongs to Maguy le Coze, owner of Le Bernardin, our favorite restaurant in New York. Anyway, another day another rainbow, and another beautiful sky. Both taken with my Hasselblad H4D-60.
MUSTIQUE – We saw a rare double rainbow today and managed to capture it – rainbows are notoriously difficult to photograph so I count myself as lucky. Following the rainbow is the obligatory shot of the sky. Both taken with my Hasselblad H4D-60