JSP Visual Week In Review | 05.26.12
Here we go! Heading into the start of summer.
Unofficial or not, summer starts this weekend in my book.
I’m a “Summer is Memorial Day to Labor Day” type of guy, so this is the start.
This past week was one of milestones for us around here.
Last Sunday, we held Chase’s 2nd birthday party. Wednesday, Olivia graduated from preschool. Thursday, I saw that Matty cut his first bottom tooth.
The new house purchase keeps rumbling toward the finish line. Had a little hiccup this week where it looks like the closeing date may be pushed back a day or so, but we’ll see if that’s the case or not. To be determined.
Shooting was sporadic this week…fits and starts. Still, got some good ones in. And I got a new photo essay put together, which I was happy with.
The holiday weekend should be fun…continuing to pack, having a block party/going away party with our neighbors on Saturday evening…more family fun throughout.
Now I’m ready to start slow cooking my pork butt – for the pulled pork sliders I’m making for the block party tonight.
Here’s too a good start to the summer! Show me what you got!
This Week’s Links
* Wow. Rebecca Norris Webb’s My Dakota photo essay.
* Tarantino’s new spaghetti Western sounds pretty badass.
* What a project from combat photographer/photojournalist Stacy Pearsall.
* Another great story/photo for Memorial Day: …The Single Image that Haunts.
* Interesting post from Brian Miller (@LoniMonk): It’s Not For Me To Know.
* “There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.” ~ Ernst Haas