JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 10.22.22
It feels like this is a time of transition.
The morning air definitely has gotten colder on my early morning walks.
This week, I started to don the thermal top under a long-sleeve tee shirt, sweatshirt and fleece. Even put gloves on a couple of mornings.
I think we had our first frost earlier in the week. And when my son, Matt, had a baseball game on Saturday, we had to be at the field at 8:15. There was frost still on portion of the outfield that were still in the shade.
I’m going through some other transitions, personally, as well. Closing some chapters, trying to figure out others.
Maybe this is the best time to be doing all this.
Leaves changing, air temps changing…me deciding what to do next…
This Week’s Links:
What I’m Reading This Week: Still working on Dark City. Finished A Freewheelin’ Time and Jump by Phillipe Halsman and diving more into Many Are Called by Walker Evans.
Joe McNally Blog: A Photographer And A Gentleman
Inside Hook: QuestLove, from The Roots, wants to help you be creative.
Hence: Quest For Craft on YouTube
The Atlantic: 10 Scary Movies for People that don’t like Horror movies
Art: Amazing piece from Bob Delevante
“‘Art is never finished, it’s merely abandoned.” ~ Leonardo DaVinci
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