It was a busy week exploring the frontier here in New Jersey. The week felt more like spring, and there was a lot of camera work ahead of me. I knew it would be this way and I was prepared.
The week started with a conference in Jersey City, New Jersey, with a view of Manhattan, New York. On the first day, I caught the earliest possible train, before dawn, to be on time. It was an excellent opportunity for a bit of low light photography.
After two days the conference ended, and I was able to move on to my next task.
In the middle of the week, there was a meeting that went into the night. While the meeting was not enjoyable, it did allow for a long exposure frame in the end. It was not perfect, but it looked decent on Instagram.
Thursday and Friday were just weird. There is no other way to describe it.
The weekend brought some much need relaxation. It was the slowest cherry blossom season ever in New Jersey. I got to go for a few walks to capture a few moments of quiet.
When I was not trying to capture Sakura, I went for a walk in the parks in my area. I had an introvert hangover and need to be around as few people as possible.
There was also coffee and pie.
As I make my way through the week, I always have my camera in hand, sharing the wonders I see. Here is a bit of camera work from the week.