Excellent (and at 1 hour 39 minutes long) 1989 documentary on W. Eugene Smith.
Such wonderful photographs (in my opinion possibly the most emotion provoking photographer of the 20th century), but what a tortured human being and how sad that he died so young (aged only 59).
I’ve been walking along Lake Shore Road for about six years and have not seen a single rabbit. Now I see one practically every time I go out.
Taken with a Sony A77II and Tamron A18 AF 18-250mm f3.5-6.3.
Seen while walking the dog around Briarcliff Manor, NY. I liked the weathered wood and the contrast between the predominantly green composition and the spots of blue in the cornflowers. Also the way the wood curves and seems to point towards the cornflowers.
Taken with a Sony RX100 M3.
Our dog, Harley barking at something/someone he’d seen on the lake. He does this a lot.
Taken with a Minolta STsi and Minolta AF Zoom 28-80 f3.5-5.6.
The white trellis once functioned as a gate, which opened onto some steps leading down and into the lake. Unfortunately last Winter a/some deer smashed the gate as they came up from/went down to the frozen lake. Something else that needs to be repaired or replaced! It seems like there’s always something.
Taken with a Minolta STsi and Minolta AF Zoom 28-80 f3.5-5.6