Nassau Street


I don’t have this in my profile but I’m an “INTJ”. This is based on this Myers-Briggs personality test that is generally quite accurate. I can’t say I disagree with the analysis as I’ve taken the personality test every year over a decade and the results are always the same. People are often quite impressed with the little analysis at the end! Remember to answer honestly, even if you don’t like the answer (no one will see!)

I have chosen to share the private link to my test results.

Nassau Street, Princeton, Street, People

I saw some of the beautiful early blog posts for this weekly challenge and I knew I’d not find anything like those. No historic cobblestone lined city streets with centuries-old​ buildings. Up until recently, my town, Skillman, was rural. As the town grew in the last decade, the old roads widened just a bit while the amount of motor traffic increased. New roads were built for the homes of the new residents. While there are some beautiful country roads, the roads are narrow and there is no curbing to stop and park a car. Unless you like parking your car in a ditch. I don’t.

Nassau Street, Princeton, Street, People

So … while photographing another event I walked down Nassau Street in Princeton. I stopped a few times to grab some shots. The weather was great, sunny and cool with few clouds in the sky. People were out enjoying shopping and dining al fresco in the restaurants.

Nassau Street, Princeton, Street, People

Created by photographer Frank Jansen, the Tuesday Photo Challenge is a weekly theme-based challenge for photographers of all kinds to share both new and old photography.

The post, Nassau Street was originally published​ on Island in the Net.

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Author: Khürt Williams

Somewhere in the woods, streams and streets of Montgomery Township, Rocky Hill and Princeton Township, there is a Caribbean-American man walking around with a camera. Or maybe he’s at home sipping a brew from a nearby craft ale brewery.

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