Weekly Wrap-up, March 19th-23rd
Whew, what a week – a week full of traveling and making pictures. After having a day to prep and enjoy the early spring weather in Philadelphia, Chris and I took off to Colorado for an editorial shoot. We flew into Denver and headed west out into the wild to find and photograph our subject (you can see the amazing view they had in the shot above).
After a few crazy long days in Colorado, we were back on the east coast, stopping in Philly for a second to reload our gear and then headed up to NYC for a day of shooting in Splashlight studios. Keep reading to see more shots from our travels…
After enjoying the unseasonably warm weather out on the east coast, we got thrown back into winter for part of our time shooting out in Colorado. It wasn’t quite this snowy at our location, but crossing the Mesa brought us back to winter (it should be noted that we packed entirely inappropriately for this trip)
Of course, to make all that travel across Colorado happen, we needed gas for our rental. We’ve put a lot of miles on the road in the past few years, but I’ve never seen a gas receipt that high.
After a few days in Colorado, our travels brought us to Splashlight studios in NYC for another part of the same editorial project. I’d share more about what we were working on, but as usual, it’s under wraps until the magazine comes out. Stay tuned for more on that…
In our travels this week we also stumbled across what appeared to be a photo graveyard, either that or a store that had gotten stuck in an alternate dimension that ended in 2005. If anyone is looking for a sweet 6.1mp camera, we know just the place.
As far as what you may have missed this week on the internet:
Last but not least…
…strange name for a gas station, eh?