JSP Visual Week In Review | 04.20.13


Bombs in Boston.

Explosions in West Texas.

Earthquakes in Japan.

More killing in Afghanistan.

There were good stories this week right?


It was another one of those weeks in the world, where everything seems quite bleak. Of course, with all the bad stuff, there were numerous stories – told and untold – of the heroes of the Boston bombings. And, culminating last night, that the authorities were able to apprehend Suspect #2 in just four days, well, that’s some pretty incredible police work.

On a much smaller scale, Olivia’s t-ball team recorded it’s first official out of the season – the ground ball was caught and Becky stepped on first base for the out. The kids didn’t miss the ball, didn’t crash into each other trying to field it, didn’t throw to the wrong base, or the wrong person.

I may remember that out as long as I’ll remember all the events of the week.

Oh, and I photographed the owner of the New York Jets, too.

And, this week coming up will be pretty interesting too – I’ll be hanging out, working with David Burnett for most of it.

Yep, I’m not against name dropping.

What captivated you this past week?


This Week’s Links:

* Doing The Roadwork (I’ll have more on this soon)

* Making Art With Tom Waits

* Fantastic video infographic on surfer Owen Wright.

* Good stuff here from Scott Bourne: 10 Tips To Telling More Stories With Your Camera

* “Great things are not accomplished by those who yield to trends, fads and popular opinion.” ~ Jack Kerouac

© Mark V. Krajnak | JerseyStyle Photography | All Rights Reserved 2013

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