It was a moist week exploring the frontier, out here in New Jersey.
There was rain at the beginning of the week. In my part of the country, April Showers came in May. It was not a lot of rain either and just enough to make for some new frames.
Camera work was light during the week. There was some official work in the stations. One of the highlights was our Executive Director doing an interview in Mandarin, which I captured some video of (for work only). We knew he spoke the language, but to hear it was still an interesting moment.
There was also some travel through the state for some customer advocacy work. It gave me a chance to get some photography in some different areas and not sit in the office on sunny days.
I had to work in Hoboken one afternoon, and I saw something unusual. A fish pulled from the Hudson River and a person preparing it for a meal. I had extremely mixed feelings about the situation unfolding in front of me.
It was another week where coffee was there for me, unconditionally.
At the end of the week, I was left feeling abstract and strange, which is typical for me. It meant it was not a bad week at all.
I like to get lost as a photographer. However, I usually find myself in some part of my universe in New Jersey and New York. I’m trying to stay, sane, in this area, this crazy part of the United States. If you are reading this, take a look at the gallery below, share in the local wonders I have seen.