It was a hectic week exploring the frontier, out here in New Jersey.
It was early summer, and the weather was likable. There was tons of local traveling ahead of me. There was also a lot of camera work to do as well.
I had to do a video project in Newark. It required some times at Newark Broad St station. There was a moment where a train dropped off a lot of passengers, and I just happened to be in a decent spot for a good frame.
Nature continued to put on its summer show, and there was always moments of color that caught my eye.
During a grey moment, I found myself in around a part of Hoboken I usually never visit. It was the last vestiges of Hoboken’s industrial past. I dodged the water flowing from the roof, and a navigated from the awkward parking space I found.
I eventually found myself in Jersey City in a building with a fascinating view. There were a few moments while I waited, and a window. I found myself taking a picture.
The week ended, and I found myself trying to relax with some local music. I was too tired to relax and realized I wanted a nap. The band played well though, the music, good.
On Saturday, I did not stop working. There were things to plan, which, required a small photo walk. I found some charming locations in an unlikely place and was able to formulate some future camera work.
It was the weekend of fathers day, while the kids forgot, the bride treated me to a good meal after Saturdays work. It beat going out with the normals on the actual fathers day.
Sunday morning, I treated my self to a quiet morning walk.
There was also Coffee.
These images, from my week of photography, describe to you and explain visually the light, places, textures, characters I’ve observed in my travels. If you can spare a little of your time and share in the wonders, I have seen.