It was an eclectic week exploring the frontier here in New Jersey and New York.
For the first time in a while, we had more warm days, than cooler. It was nice to walk around and be able to leave the jacket at home.
The trees and plants were starting to look more green. New Jersey, in Mid-April, is filled with moments of change. They are always slightly different.
April showers, bring May’s flowers and there was no shortage of them. They were not an inconvenience though. This week, in my area, the rain always came at decent times and seemed to let up when needed. It allowed me to get out when I wanted, rest when I needed.
The time of the cherry blossoms was coming to an end this week. Even though they came out slowly, they seem to leave fast. It may just be I did not have a lot of time to enjoy them.
One of the most interesting things this week came from a stroll, seemingly into the past. I stet onto a street near my job, and there were classic cars everywhere. I looked for a Tardis at first but then realized it was just a movie shoot.
This week I also got an opportunity to go photo wandering, in the morning around Manhattan. I got to a point where I had to adult, go to work. I wished there was time.
Then, during another early morning, there was a moment worthy of a response. As I walked to the train, in need of coffee, there was this trippy light as the sun began to rise. I turned around towards the station, a rainbow. The light hit me in the feels.
With the week over, early, and a little time on my hands, I paid a visit to Industry City, in Brooklyn. I had lunch at Japan Village and a walk around the area. Its a great place for street photography.
Then came Saturday and the start of a new part-time job. I’ve needed a change, and I found an opportunity at a local camera store. At Mack camera as well as working on the sales floor, im also teaching photography.
Sunday was my day of rest. I walked and luxuriated in the quiet of the woods. It was relaxing and great prep for the next week.
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.