I woke up early, to see how the commute to the city was for work. I headed out the door with some cold brew coffee, and my camera with a 35 mm lens on. It was a sticky morning when I got to the city that knows how to keep its heat. I did not realize it at first but I set up the camera wrong and it got uncomfortable quickly. The air was humid and still. Walking through it was like walking through soup.
I got off the train and headed up town, atmosphere steadily sucking my energy away. The way I set up the camera quickly made it rather difficult just to pull up and get my frames. Because you just can’t stop, while waking during the morning in New York, I had to deal with it. I finally made my way to a spot where I could safely fix my gear and realized it was a good time to head back to New Jersey for work.
I found an indirect route, in the now cooler air over the Hudson River. Riding the ferry is a bit relaxing on hot mornings.
… walking with my camera, I like to get lost. I make my way , wandering aimlessly and share the wonders I’ve seen. I try to make it back before the start of the work day, most times I succeed.