JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 08.20.22

 

 

Summer feels like it’s heading out the door, folks,

I did my 2.5 mile morning walk yesterday, though the same course I’ve been walking since late last Fall.

And, it just looked different.

The lushness is going away, either because summer is going away or our overall lack of rain this summer.

Leaves seems to be turning already, the foliage seems to be creeping back from the trail.

Too many Back To School ads, too.

I walked the Asbury Park boardwalk last night, and it was still plenty crowded. But…it still feels like summer is slipping away.

I get a little sad around this time of year, even though I do like Fall in New Jersey.

Just always feels like I didn’t do enough during the summer. Like I let things/work/opportunities slip away.

Could be just me.

I’m just not ready for summer to end yet.

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This Week’s Links:

What I Watched This Week: Just baseball, pretty much.

What I’m Reading This Week: Why Design Matters by Debbie Millman. The book is gorgeous, both the interviews and the portraits. You check it out online here.

Joe McNally: How To Stay Calm When The Sh*t Hits The Fan

Jack Hollingsworth: Content Will Always Trump Craft

Deep Natter (listen): A conversation with large format landscape photographer Ben Horn (now I want to find pop-up books!)

This Week In Tech: What Are Light Modifiers?

From the JSP Archives: Shooting The Gaslight Anthem August 17, 2018

“The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it and join the dance.”~ Alan Watts

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