JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 02.12.22
Days are weird, aren’t they?
I woke up on Thursday, seemed like a normal day.
But, my internet was out (hence my YouTube TV).
My coffeemaker was on the fritz. (Even though it worked fine late on Wednesday).
I went out for my usual 45 minute walk, and could “see” anything to take a photo of.
Everything looked dull and drab and unphotographable.
I went to bed somewhat early that night, and had a solid 7 hour sleep.
Friday I woke up…and…all as different.
I ran out to the nearby Dunkin Donuts, grabbed two large coffees to hold me over, had a couple of cups and headed out for my walk.
EVERYTHING was different. The light was stellar, my head was clear, I listened to Debbie Millman in conversation with the poet Sarah Kay…and I rocked the rest of the day.
Was it the sleep?
Just a new day?
I don’t know but, man, I wish I could figure stuff like that out.
Take pics. Print them. Back up your work.
This Week’s Links:
What I Read This Week: I finished The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time and started The Ginza Ghost, a collection of short mysteries by Keikichi Ōsaka. I also started The Name Of The Rose, a book I’ve started, and stopped, about three or four times since about 1994.
Colossal: Where Do Ideas Come From? (5 min watch)
Popular Photography: The Best Travel Cameras 2022
Nation Geographic: Bolivian Skateboarders in Ingenious Dress to Battle Stereotypes
Behind The Shot TV: Steve Brazill interviews my buddy, Joe McNally. More on one this soon…..
Austin Kleon: No Yelling! (I need to listen to more directive music…..not just random Amazon Soundtrack songs)
Sway Podcast: Debbie Millman on how brands hook you.
99 Percent Invisible Podcast: Office Furniture (I know this may not sound like an interesting listen, but I found it fascinating.)
“Every great idea came out of work.” ~ Chuck Close
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