NEW YORK NEW YORK – Distracted with working on year-end taxes and so on, so we’re stuck with an interior featuring a Venini vase in the window (I collect Venini) and our relatively recently-acquqired Tibetan altarpiece.
Day 2,712 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day seven years ago (day 155): Hello Kity at Lever House.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – Tomorrow we’re leaving for Antigua for a week, so this was a “get organized” day. I actually got an OK image around the apartment. Shot with my Leica Monochrom and 50mm Summiicron ASP lens – my go to combination.
Day 2,682 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – Well. Another day of blah light and a large project in my day job. I’m sticking with my “no dull landscape” pledge. So I fussed around with my iPhone at home. Getting close. Here’s a view into a Venini vase.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – I traveled to Boston today but caught some details of our life at home at sunrise. As I’ve noted in the past that we have collected some Venini glass – some of it is in the photos that I took before leaving. I stopped at the Venini store on Via Montenapoleone in Milan on our recent trip – prices have doubled since I last looked at them a year or so ago. This is ruinous. Most of the stuff on eBay now is junk being held out by sellers as Venini or like Venini.
Here are the pictures, taken with my Fuji Xpro-1 (my in-a-hurry camera – I saw the light as I was running out the door to catch a plane) and 18mm Fuji lens.
More scanned film from an earlier date. Have I commented before that a photo-a-day blog would be very difficult shooting film because of the time lags developing film and scanning? Taken with my Leica M3 and a 50mm Summilux lens.
NEW YORK NEW YORK – I collect Vinini, a Venitian glassmaker. This piece was advertised on eBay a Venini. It clearly isn’t but it was priced accordingly so I bought it anyway. Taken with my Fuji-X-Pro 1 and 17mm lens.