JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 03.06.21
Feels like we’re starting to see our way out of this.
This looooong, cold New Jersey Winter (kinda nice to actually have one for once)
And this pandemic.
Still cold here in the Great State of New Jersey this week, but a few 60 degree days are on the way for the upcoming week.
That should melt all the snow that is still piled up in the corners of our streets, pushed there by the plows. And also melt the ice on my pool cover.
And, with the J&J vaccine that got approval in the US late last week, and Canada this week, that puts three on the market, and hopefully into some arms as soon as possible. Think we’re starting to see around the corner a little.
Maybe this Springtime holds some goodness
And a creative rejuvenation.
What are you planning on?
What are you working on?
This Week’s Links:
What I Read This Week: I finished To Live and Die in LA (SO much different than the movie) and Leave The World Behind. Started Blaze by Richard Bachman (aka Stephen King)
What I Watched This Week: Fame (1980)
Watch: Bansky, Create Escape
Criterion: On set with Mary Ellen Mark
Santa Fe New Mexican: The Color work of Ida Wyman
Kenneth Jarecke: On Becoming Useless
Austin Kleon: Treasure In The Trash
From the Archives: March 6, 2011, an interview with Jerod Foster
“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.” ~ Ernst Haas (March 2, 1921 – September 12, 1986)
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