I spent an hour walking north and then south taking photos with Ritchie Roesch’s Kodak Portra 400 film simulation recipe.
Nassau Street didn’t have the normal Saturday morning bustle I’m used to. No queue outside PJ’s or Jammin’ Crepes for breakfast.
For years I wanted to photograph the storefronts on Nassau Street but parked cars always blocked the view. Today I finally got some of the photographs I wanted.
Bhavna and I spent the afternoon on a beer run around Somerset and Hunterdon counties. One crowler (a.k.a an aluminium can growler) of Guava Juice IPA from Flounder Brewing, a crowler1 each of Skullflower IPA, Gravitational Waves IPA, and Bigger Space IPA from Conclave Brewing, and Eye of the Storm (w/ Citra) IPA four-pack from Jersey Cyclone brewing. We were preparing for our Drew University C’90 30-year virtual reunion. While the reunion was fun, I miss the in-person interactions.Submitted as part of the 100DaysToOffload project.
- A growler is a glass, ceramic, or stainless steel bottle (or jug) used to transport draft beer in the United States. Growlers became wildly popular because craft beer fans were looking for a way to bring their favourite brews home to drink later in the week. Crowlers (“Canned Growler“) are a more modern and similar concept: a 32-ounce fillable and machine-sealable beer can. It’s meant for sharing. ↩