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A Photog's Pheast--Week 27 French Press Coffee
Whew. What a week! I could use the coffee break.
Does anyone still make coffee this way? A few years ago, when I was very much single, I purchased one of those single use, "pod-style" coffee makers. I love it! You slip in an individual coffee pod of your choice and within a few seconds, you have fresh coffee--no
cleanup, no nuttin. BUT--here's the drawback, (isn't there always a drawback?) I got to thinking just a few months ago (primarily after Steph moved in with me) that we were dumping an awful lot of those silly pod thingies into the trash, and that's not so good. From an eco-friendly standpoint, we wern't being so darn friendly. So--back to the old fashioned ways it is--and I have got to say, wow! Coffee like this is richer, more flavorful, and yes--even more beautiful. I still have my pod-style maker--it comes in handy every now and again, but most mornings we are back to using this method. I highly recommend it, if you haven't tried it.
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I experimented with writing the label information on the coffee filters, but in the end i decided to just photograph the ink part. I liked the visual look of the title in ink, but I thought that the sort of hand written scribbled look went well with his style and his album covers. I thought about using a hand made label and printing or writing directly on the coffee filter or another paper with paint or ink. In the end though, I decided that there was no real reason for me to create a hand made label for Saville because all of his work was done on the computer and then printed (obviously, since he created album covers)
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