SHANGHAI – Well . . . Shanghai at last, but I’m jet-lagged in irritable. After crossing multiple time zones and the International Date Line how am I supposed to figure out what’s a “day” for purposes of “one photo every day”? The short answer is I keep all of my cameras’ internal clocks set to UTC (which used to be called GMT in a less politically correct time) – in other words London time. In general I rely on the time stamp in the photograph’s metadata and produce on picture per UTC day. At home I base “days” on local time. Anyway, I captured this out my hotel window before I collapsed. Shot with my Leica M9 and a Cosina Voigtlander 16mm lens.
On this day one year ago: Triborough Bridge in the rain.