Quarantine Contemplation: Days Gone By #start

We have been in self quarantine for six weeks. Of course we’ve been out of the house to walk the dog and to pick up groceries, etc. What we havn’t done has been the normal interactions with other people that use to be the norm. No handshakes, no hugging friends, no movie theater, no dinner out. The most troubling part of it has been, there is no end in site. The numbers in the US grow every day, by an increasingly alarming rate. As of today, April 27th, over 1 million cases have been identified.
As of today, April 27th, over 56,000 people have died.

One of the most difficult parts for me, being a creative, has been no media creation. No events, conferences, or conventions to film or photograph. Instead I’ve been on a digital spring cleaning. Straightening up old image galleries and content I’ve filmed. A LOT of it that’s never been shared.

So in contemplation during these crazy times, I’ve decided to start a series of posts reflecting on days gone by.

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