JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 05.01.21

I got a professional haircut this week, first time in more than a year.

All masked up and safe.

Amazing how such a small thing can a) be missed and b) make you feel like a new person.

Here we are, as the top of May. Had a couple of warm days last week, but Spring still doesn’t feel like it’s totally made herself at home here in Central New Jersey.

Still doing more hiking around most early mornings. Thought I’d be doing more cycling at this point.

But, alas, still need the wait for the tire to meet the gravel.

Perhaps soon.

In the meantime, what are you working on? Anything new, different, exciting?

Or, perhaps, furthering a long-term project, which is always good too.

And don’t forget to back up all those April images!

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This Week’s Links:

What I Watched This Week: An episode of Miami Vice with Willie Nelson (who also had a birthday this week) in it.

What I Read This Week: I finished a fun YA novel, The Mystery of Smugglers Cove. I bought the e-version for my son to read but since it was in our electronic library, I read it too. I also started The Deadly Mystery of the Missing Diamonds and am continuing on with My Cousin Death.

Joe McNally: Important Slices of Time

CreativeBloq: The Best Photo Printers of 2021

35mmc: Photographing Inspiring People With My Lens

A Photo Editor: Returning To Normal?

Watch: Chatting the Pictures: World Press Photo of the Year: A COVID Hug

Watch: Manny Ortiz on You Are Using Your Flash Wrong

Listen/Watch: The Photo Banter interview with Ray Barbee

RIP: India photojournalist Vivek Bendre, of COVID

Favorite Photo Of The Week: Blue Ford Pickup by Barbara Davidson

From the JPS Archives: May 1, 2011

“Unless you photograph what you love, you are not going to make good art.” – Sally Mann (May 1, 1951)

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