JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 03.31.18
And here we are, the last day of March.
Can’t say I’m sorry to see it go. Too much snow, too much of that middle ground between Winter and Spring.
March is a drab month to me, a halfway spot between something lousy and something better. But it’s neither here nor there in terms of attractiveness.
So, I’m happy to see it go.
And I didn’t do much shooting this week. Been in kind of a lull recently. No shoots haven worked out, nothing really planned in the near future. Hence, the blog was quiet this week too.
Been trying to keep my eyes open, though, and see what I can can. Gotta keep the legs moving, see what’s out there.
Better days ahead, eh?
This Week’s Links:
What I watched this week: Paradox
What I’m reading this week (and almost done with): White Rose, Black Forest (this was a on Amazon Kindle at the top of March. Not a bad story. I can see a film being made of it).
How To Keep Going (I needed this this week)
Another great read: Does Recovery Kill Great Writing?
And yet ANOTHER great read: A Love Story For The Modern Age
Great photos: In the Water with the Elite Rescuers of the U.S. Coast Guard
“Having a camera made me walk about… made me look at everything that I saw. It made me study light.” ~ Harold Chapman, who had a birthday this week.