JSP Visual Week In Review | 02.07.15

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Spent most of the week back up in my old hometown of Swoyersville, PA. My dad had some surgery last Monday, and came home yesterday. He’s been having a rough time of it since his open-heart surgery back in October, so hopefully this will have corrected some issues.

Been nice going back home these past few months. Been noticing more things, taking things in. Carrying a camera so much lets me see more, not just look. Sure, I’ve enjoyed trips to Russia, India, Japan, etc. But just going a few miles outside the beaten path can be eye-opening too.

We’re in that mid-winter freeze out now. Still, days are getting longer and we can almost see the end of the tunnel. We’re not there yet, but we’re getting there.

Hang in….

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This Week’s Links:

* What I’m reading this week.

* RIP film nor femme fatale (and Scranton, PA native) Lizabeth Scott.

* Most Inspiring Photographer: Congrats Joe McNally!

* And congrats to Elliott Erwitt, too.

* Good read: How Technicolor Changed Storytelling.

* Ice climbers ascend Niagra Falls.

* My buddy, Australian author Andrew Nette on Hollywood and remakes.

* “A mad, keen photographer needs to get out into the world and work and make mistakes.” ~ Sam Abell

© Mark V. Krajnak | JerseyStyle Photography | All Rights Reserved 2015

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2 thoughts on “JSP Visual Week In Review | 02.07.15

  1. Good to read that your Dad is back home. I pray the recent surgery and being home with family helps his recovery from the first surgery.

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