The Jersey Diner

foto © Donovan Klotzbeacher

foto © Donovan Klotzbeacher

As the picture indicates, the Jersey Diner has been in existence for about a year.  In that time, it has become a popular eating place owing to decent food offered at reasonable prices.  In fact, I often meet friends for lunch and dinner at this establishment since it is on Route 130 adjacent to Dayton NJ.

It’s nice to be greeted by the wait staff as you enter the premises.  Hopefully, their success will continue.

f.l. = 38mm, aperture f11, shutter 1/200 sec, ISO 100; Photoshop tweaks included slight lessening of overall contrast, slight crop on all edges, and burning of bottom and sides to focus attention toward the central sign.  Also, shadows cast by triangular flags were lightened to make them appear less opaque.

 

 

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2 Responses to The Jersey Diner

  1. Jean D. says:

    Missed the banner too! There goes the camera’s eye better than mine again.

    Prime rib for me too. Delish!

  2. Don says:

    The Jersey Diner had to change its name due to conflict with another business. It is now known as the Dayton Diner.

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