JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 05.20.23
No, I didn’t go to Cannes this year, and no, I didn’t get a nine-minute standing ovation.
Nor the Preakness Stakes (Honestly, though, what’s going on with horse racing and all these deaths? Too may drugs in these fine animals?)
And, no, I wasn’t in a crazy paparazzi car chase in NYC.
My week a little slower, but a good one.
The big thing was celebrating Chase’s 13th birthday with a dinner out on Wednesday (as me and his mom on on great terms, we’re still able to do things like that as a family) and then I took the boys to a Phillies game on Friday night (my daughter has been in Cleveland, performing with her high school band). The game as horrible – Phillies stunk it up – but we still had a good time together.
Heading into the end of May and the start of the summer. Back up that work!
This Week’s Links:
What I Read This Week: I finished Toward The Midnight Sun. Very boring, to me. Still working on All The Light We Cannot See. Started The Half-Life of Ruby Fielding and Chas Addams: A Cartoonists Life.
What I Watched This Week: Nothing really, except sports
What I Listened To This Week: Detectives Don’t Sleep podcast about the Clutter Family Murders, the basis for Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood.
Story time: Photographic Storytelling: A Poverty of Theory
Vegas, Baby!: Joe McNally shoots Las Vegas
Constrained: Austin Kleon writes about television of constraint, and how it’s changed.
Rangefinder: Creative Use of Negative Space
Avedon: Since yesterday was World Bee Day, and Richard Avedon had a birthday earlier this week, here’s a look at his famous beekeeper portrait.
Inked: Rembrandt Museum now offering tattoos
Radiohead: Cars saying goodbye to AM radio
Favorite Photo I Saw This Week: Via Saed Hindash on IG (third in the set – his sports photography is awesome)
All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth. ~ Richard Avedon
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