Well… It was not a quiet week exploring the frontier, out here in New Jersey and New York.
The weather this week, decent, was not as chilly as I expected it to be. The leaves, changing colors were sauntering off the trees, and people were unsure of what type of jacket they should wear for the day. There were grey days and partly sunny ones. When I saw the grey skies, in my bones, I knew soon it would be winter.
Corporate camera work was light this week. It started with event preparation in a location that had no special meaning for me, while others around me were in awe.
I had to cover an art show which I could not participate in, as well. I did enjoy seeing my coworkers work, though, as they displayed it in Hoboken Terminal.
The workweek was short for me. It was time for my annual pilgrimage to PhotoPlus Expo at the Javits Center in New York. It’s not as much fun as it used to be. I miss some friends who used to attend, and the photo walks we used to take. This year it was more work than it needed to be. There were too many people, not enough joy. I did manage to have a laugh or two, though.
At Photo Plus Expo ,I did find camera gear to think about, more on that later.
I got to the weekend and needed a social detox. I had to go to the forest near where I live, luxuriate in the quiet and take some pictures, it was chilly at first, but things evolved into perfect autumn days, the light from the sky, making the fall colors pop.
Then there was coffee. I needed lots of coffee.
These images, from my week of photography, describe to you and explain the light, places, textures, characters I’ve visually observed in my travels. If you can spare a little of your time and share in the wonders, I have seen.