It was a juxtaposed week, exploring the frontier, here in New Jersey. The week was filled weather-related extremes that dictated the course of the entire week. The beginning of the week was filled with snow and confusion. The end of the week had better weather and sakura.
This week, my gear bag was all over the shop. I was still using the Sony a6300 but started off the week with the Sony Fe 50mm 1.8 during the snow. To Play with toys I used my 35mm 1.7 CCTV lens. Eventually, the 35mm Fe 2.8 lens was used for some frames. At the end of the week, I needed something different in my photography diet so I pulled out the Helios 85mm 1.5.
After the snow, and a spot of tea I put together a Japanese kinderegg and put together a T-70 X-Wing. It was very therapeutic.
The week quickly quieted down.
Thank geek Buddha there was a replenished coffee supply.
The weekend came and the snow was gone there were finally signs of spring. It was rather nice, the winter does not seem to be letting go.
Some things I read between capturing frames
- This Photo Shows a 65-Foot-Tall Lava Dome
- Fragile Fragrance
As I make my way through the week, I always have my camera in hand. Here is a bit of camera work from the week.