JSP Visual Week In Review 09 | 12 | 15
The shortest weeks sometimes feel like the longest.
Last Monday, I was off from work in honor of Labor Day. We spent a couple of hours at the beach in Spring Lake, then rolled over to my in-laws for a pool-closing BBQ. Kids came home spent. To me, metaphorically, summer ended.
Tuesday, it was back at it. The work project I’ve been on for almost two years is rushing to both a conclusion and a start. Weird, right? So much to still do till we get that point.
This week, I’ll be in New York for a few days.
Camera in hand, of course.
* This just in: The Guardian, in the UK, is running one of my Asbury Park photos along with a story about the town.
* What I Watched this week: Boat Lift, in remembrance of 9/11.
* What I listened too this week: Glen Hansard.
* The photographer Brassai celebrated a birthday last week. His night images look like something out of film noir.
* For setting goals, September is the new January.
* I always liked the book better, but In Cold Blood, the film, is being reissued.
* Tom Hardy, times 2. This looks sharp.
* Underway. Finally.
* “The great photographs are motivated by human feeling.” ~ David Burnett (who also celebrated a birthday this week.)
(c) Mark Krajnak | JerseyStyle Photography | 2015