Tag: Nassau Street

Signs of the times

With Fuji X-T2 in hand, I documented some of the COVID-19 pandemic related signs on the shop windows. Some were closed to dining in but offered to take out options. Many had fully closed and could not or would not offer to take out or online ordering. The streets and shop windows had the feeling…

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Quiet Streets, Princeton, New Jersey

With the CDC recommending a 2-metre distance between people and the state mandating closing of everything deemed non-essential, the streets of Princeton were mostly devoid of people and vehicular traffic. The empty streets had an eerie, “The Last Man on Earth” or “Omega Man” look from a dystopian science fiction movie. [caption id="attachment_65135" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]…

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Physical Distancing

Images from around Palmer Square, Nassau Street, and Witherspoon Streets in Princeton, New Jersey the day after the governor issued Executive Order No. 107 requiring residents to Shelter-In-Place and for all non-essential retail stores to close indefinitely. Because the phrase “social distancing”, like similar phrases — “extrajudicial killing” and “collateral damage” and “friendly fire” and…

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