JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 10.01.22
Wow, what happened to September?
Feels like that month – to end Summer – just sped by.
And here we are at the top end of October, looking over the edge to the end of year.
How can that be already???
Sitting here on a Saturday evening, rain – remnants of Hurricane Ian – has been falling all day.
Baseball was cancelled today.
It wasn’t my kids weekend, so I had a lot of free time.
Took some time to do some things around my place that I’ve neglected over the past few busy months.
And to take in some sports on TV – baseball pennant races, college football.
Feels like this will be start to be the norm soon.
The end-of-year slow down…is it starting?
Or, too soon, like all this Halloween stuff I’m seeing up already?
Maybe a touch of Scotch on a chilly evening.
It’s a time of dying/passing in nature.
Perhaps a time to recharge for us humans.
What say you?
What’s your focus now?
Or start to slow it down, and prepare to regroup, and start 2023 fresh?
This Week’s Links:
What I’m Reading This Week: Wild At Heart: The Story of Sailor & Lula, by Barry Gifford; City Dark by Roger Canaff and still working through the 99% Invisible City book I mentioned last week.
What I Watched This Week: The Cheap Detective. A mash-up of Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon, as much tongue-in-cheek as Airplane! or Young Frankenstein. Doesn’t get any love, though.
Washington Post: Photographing America’s Diners
Fast Company: Why Corporate America Broke Up With Design
Watch: Sean Tucker on Why Artist Should Be More Competitive
NerdWriter (watch): Why Monet Painted The Same Haystacks 25 Times
Walter Rosenblum: Interesting trailer for In Search of Pitt Street, which I came across on YouTube. Would like to see the whole documentary on this photojournalist.
LIFE: The Photography of Hank Walker
PBS: Three Ways Keith Haring Showed Art Is For Everyone
” ‘No’ is the wildest word we consign to language.” ~ Emily Dickinson
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