It was not a still week, exploring the frontier, out here in New Jersey and New York. The weather was continuing to chill here in the northeast. Remnants of southern storms made they way north to give us a bit of rain and cloudy weather. It made for interesting photography and interesting commutes.
The beginning of the week was grey and a press conference was scheduled. It turned out to be one of the most uncomfortable ones in recent memory. I was not in control and all I could do was maintain a stiff upper lip, keep calm and carry on.
The week continued to saunter. I found myself in Hoboken for another task. Luckily it involved camera work again, and this time I had a bit of control. Things were comfortable and I was able to do my camera work comfortable. I was able to take a few moments and capture a few relaxing frames.
Things calmed down and the weekend was upon me. On Saturday I had a moment to have some fun with food photography, take a walk and breath in the cool autumn air a little.
There was a new brewery that opened a few towns away. I took a trip but it was sooo crowded I did not get a chance to taste the new beer. I will try it one day.
I was waiting for Sunday. There was a coffee festival. A day of caffeinated fun. It was lot of fun and came up with what I want to do when I grow up. I’ll speak more on that later.
The trip to the coffee festival gave me a little time to photo wander. I needed 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.