JSP Visual Week In Review | 11.22.14
Back in the Great State of New Jersey after spending the week checking on my Dad in Northeast PA.
Lots of changes even from the last time I was there. When I drove up three weeks ago, the mountains were a blaze with color and the air was warm.
This time, the trees were barren and it felt like early winter was in the air. Took my dogs for the trip and it was brutal walking them. They seemed impervious to the wind and cold; not me.
But Dad seemed to be doing better by the time I left this time. Every day, getting a little more well.
Me and the dogs are back now though, back with my brood here. We’re on the downhill slide to the bottom of 2014 and it seems like there’s not enough time in the day. I still haven’t made my look-back book from the summer adventures, and more projects now need attention.
We’ll get there, though.
We always do.
* Great video from Monroe Gallery: Joe McNally: A Retrospective
* Julian Richards on why he quit the biz.
* Long Read from the New Yorker: The Chameleon. What a story…what a twist.
* Flemming Bo Jensen on getting inked by ‘Mo.
* Listen: William Faulkner on why we create.
* Elliott Erwitt, street photography tips.
* “In photography, the smallest thing can be a great subject. The little, human detail can become a Leitmotiv.” – Henri Cartier Bresson
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