It was a quieter week, here exploring the frontier in New Jersey. The weather was a roller coaster. Sunday there was snow which melted by Monday. It was near 60f by Wednesday, then the temps dropped to almost February levels by the end of the week. It sort of directed my photography but all in all, it made things a little interesting. While the frames came in a bit slow, I did enjoy them.
This week I continued working with the Sony A6300. I Played with a variety of lenses. I used, what has become my favorite lens the Sony 35mm FE. On the A7 or the A6300, it just works the best. I also played with an adapted Nikkor 50mm 1.8E again and an old Nikkor 80-200 f4.5 AI.
This week had me wondering, what the hell I was doing. Work had me beginning a new tour, with the first day of it being a learning experience.The rest of the week just sauntered buy till the weekend arrived. Even the though the weather was a bit wet, I had a small wanderlust itch. I did not get far but I did get to experiment. It could have been worse.
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As I make my way through the week, I always have my camera in hand. Here is a bit of camera work from the week.