It was a warmer week, exploring the frontier here in New Jersey. The weather was changing. Spring was here, and it was nice not to be in thick coats every day. While the mornings were still chilly, it was not freezing. The improvement in the weather was inspirational. I found myself hitting the shutter button a little more, using a more extensive variety of lenses. I was, also, less pathetic.
The week began with a project with a lot of people in a room. There was no dancing, but there was a lot of talking. It was the beginning of my camera work for the week. It was pretty dull but tedious work is better than no work.
There were also a few portraits for the week. I used my usual tester. The Clients of the week, as usual, only had a few minutes to spare.
Commuting was enjoyable this week. I decided to start observing it more and trying to get some different frames. It’s proven to be interesting.
I also pulled out my Tamron 150-600 attached to the Fotodiox adapter. I had not used it yet with the Sony A6400, and I was relieved when it worked as it did on the a6300. The a6400 was more of an update than I thought, so I thought there might be an issue here.
There was a trip to a bus garage this week, in Dover New Jersey. The trip led to some good food and interesting views. I do believe I discovered a new place to explore.
The weekend came along with even warmer weather, excellent treats, and new friendships possibly formed.
It triggered a real sign of spring, Sakura. The cherry blossoms were slowly begging to make themselves known as the sun warmed the air around them. Spring is beginning slowly, and I can deal with that.
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.