JSP Visual Week In Review | 11.17.13


Quick Visual Week In Review post here. I’m in the middle of a four-day swing with my boys. My wife and little girl are visiting 93-year-old Grandma in Florida, so it’s me and the young bucks. It’s early and they are starting to stir but wanted to drop a little creativeness.

It was a whirl-wind week. Last Sunday, we threw out the jack-o-latern, and the kids visited Santa Claus . Seems earlier and earlier. Matt was none to happy with the big guy in red (and I don’t mean Kansas City Chiefs coach, Andy Reid).

Tuesday, we had the first smattering of snow on that morning.

Thursday I spent in New York. First half of the day was spent at one of those cool, hip design agencies in Tribeca; lunch was spent with two cool, hip designers at a spot in the shadow of the Flatiron Building. Dinner was with one of those Wall Street Masters of The Universe at a cool, hip downtown eatery. (When my friend’s pasta came, the waiter handed him some rosemary, told him to rub it between his hands to release the oils, and then pat his face so that the essence of the rosemary would be in every bite. I kid you not).

Friday, the start of this long weekend, I picked up a rental Fuji X100s and shot Stranger #94.

More on both to come in a few days!


This Week’s Links:

* The Real and Surreal of War Photography.

* It’s The Photographer, Not The Camera.

* Read: Thanksgiving In Mongolia

* Read: How LIFE brought the Zapruder Film to light

* Watch: Battle Scars, still after 70 years.

* There Are No Maybes.

* BTS: The Girls In The Windows shot.

* “Don’t be afraid of what’s in your head.” ~ This, or a semblance of it, was heard at that hip, downtown design office. Made sense to me.

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


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