It was not a quiet week exploring the frontier, here in New Jersey. It was the early days of the fall. I had a lot on my plate. The weather was nice. There was plenty of camera work in front of me. I just had to keep calm and get through it all.
The week started off out of the office. I found my way to Red Bank New Jersey. It is a town I could live in, near water. It was a quiet morning, there. Most people were at work and the day was gray. It was an interesting time to just walk, between train rides.
I got to visit Rook coffee, one of my favorite coffee shops, while in Red Bank. It was nice to saunter, sipping on a good cup of coffee.
My company has been thrust in a busy period. At the end of my day, out of the office, I received a message. It was decided that I needed to travel. I was being sent to a rail line deep in the South of New Jersey for some camera work. It was an area I was not familiar with. The assignment was an interesting journey, passing through farmland and forest.
The very next day I had to help manage a press conference. It did work out as well as expected, we survived though. There were lessons learned and we moved on.
Things calmed down after the press conference. With all the camera work I had to do, I had a creative itch which needed to be scratched. As the week moved along, I got into a photo wandering mode. I managed to find some fascinating frames during my commute.
When the weekend arrived I slowed everything down. This included my camera exposures. In the early morning, while it was calm and quiet I place an ND filter on my camera and played around. It was relaxing and a great reset moment.
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.