JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 09.19.20
Fall is setting in here a few days early. It was downright chilly on a couple of these mornings. Like today.
I didn’t spin many miles on the bike – too much busy family stuff going on as everyone is getting back into the back-to-school mode.
My 7:30 am to 8:30 am “me time” that was built up since last May seems to be spiraling down the drain.
I get it, nothing stays the same. But I was missing that time a little this week.
During that “me time”, I’d put my headphones on, and start to pedal. Paved track, gravel track. I’d watch the morning light develop and dance. I I listen to my music.
My mind wanders and opens.
I think about photo projects I could do maybe do. Most never come to fruition.
I look around. I stop and take some photos.
I think about what I want to have for breakfast when I get back.
I’d maybe be out on a gravel travel and remember I had Zoom call in 10 minutes. Except I’m 20 minutes from home.
I’ll figure it out. The schedule will settle and I’ll figure out when I can get back to it.
Fall rides will be fun.
But they won’t beat those humid summer mornings under the Jersey sun.
That was my time.
What I Read This Week: Footfalls on the Trembling Earth
NatGeo: The Artic, from Above
Deconstruction: When Trump met Obama
Watch (13 minutes): Learn by deconstructing by Chase Jarvis
fStoppers: Making it as a commercial photographer
The Guardian: Rene Burri, in color
Whalebone Mag: It all starts with three things
“The best of my career was in my 40s and 50s. I love photography a lot more now than I probably did [when I was young]. You get wisdom, knowledge, understanding of light.” ~ Walter Iooss, Jr, who had a birthday this week (read the Whalebone article about him)
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