It’s not been a great couple of weeks, exploring the frontier out here on the edge of the east coast.
The weather has been challenging, amongst other things, during these early December weeks. While it has not been the typical winter, in New Jersey, there has been a fair share of frozen mornings, snow, ice, and rain. It’s made my photography life challenging at times, but I have kept calm and carried on.
I’m not a perfect photographer at the best f times, in my unending journey, but I’ve been trying to produce some excellent camera work. There was just soo much to do.
I used nature to relax, as usual, even though it was cold. With the year 2019 rambling to an end, I’m hoping the corporate camera work slows down a bit. I need to reset everything from my camera bag to my sanity.
On a night where things were a bit insane and I needed to unwind before I went home, I went for a quick photo walk. It was raining in the city, I had an umbrella to wander around with.
If not for coffee, I would be a lost cause. I have not been using it for the caffeine. I’ve been using to help find moments of calm between moments of insanity.
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.