I got a call from the Princeton Acura daalership earlier this week. The airbag in wife’s 2013 RDX was recalled; part of the Takata airbag re-call from a few years ago. I cheated with the service representative and agreed that we would bring the car in on Saturday morning around 8AM. My wife is not an early rise so I volunteered to do it.

It will still dark outside when I woke up. I went down stairs ton make coffee and iput in a new CGMS sensor. Inserting the sensor took longer than I expected. I stared the kettle and then thought of an even better idea. I could quickly get a cappuccino and blueberry muffin at Rojo’s before heading to the dealership. But it was not to be.

I got to Rojo’s and was disappointed to find out they would not open. It was my fault. I should have checked the business hours for the weekend before leaving home.

It was cold Saturday morning. I wanted coffee. I wanted breakfast. I pulled out my camera and stared through the window of Rojo’s thinking about where to go. I noticed that the street was reflected in the glass. I noticed the lights on inside even though the store was close. I noticed that the gold color of the light was reflected in the gold coffe maker in the front window. I noticed. Then took my photo and went off to the Panera in West Windsor for breakfast.

Best Photo of the Week is personal photography project where I post the best image captured that week. The image will be posted at the end of the week. That will be a Sunday. I can take one or 100 photos for the week but I will post only one, the best one.

I took this yesterday while strolling across the Brooklyn Bridge. It was the golden hour and people were everywhere walking and using the magic of the light to take selfies and group photos on the bridge. It was too crowded for the tripod. I was worried that someone would trip over the legs. I switched to shooting handheld. I focused on capturing the vibe on the bridge with families and friends appreciating the view.

I like this photo because it was a serendipitous capture. I saw this couple approaching me and flipped the camera up. They were a lot closer than I expected. I love the expression on the face of the man and woman as they swerved to avoid my camera.

Best Photo of the Week is personal photography project where I post the best image captured that week. The image will be posted at the end of the week. That will be a Sunday. I can take one or 100 photos for the week but I will post only one, the best one.

In 2015, Russ White and Michael Gray opened Sourland Cycles on Broad Street in Hopewell, New Jersey. Russ White is also the founder of Trenton Bike Exchange and Firehouse Cycles in Yardley. The full-service bicycle shop is located in a renovated house built in the 1860s.

Best Photo of the Week is personal photography project where I post the best image captured that week. The image will be posted at the end of the week. That will be a Sunday. I can take one or 100 photos for the week but I will post only one, the best one.