Isolation #6

Sheltering in place has lifted, and small businesses have begun slowly opening.  Yet still, there is an abundance of caution being taken here in Georgia.  I took a recent rural motorcycle ride and stopped in Monroe, a small town rich with historical character.  There was a buzz with about 1/2 of  downtown businesses open, but many still had doors closed. […]

Isolation #5

Another in the weekly challenge series between Carl and me.  I’ve greatly missed the ability to get out and shoot during this beautiful spring due to Covid-19 shelter in place rules, but these challenges have helped fill the creative void.

Posted in: Abstract, Flora, Pandemic by Mark 1 Comment

Isolation #4

That time when you need to create, but sheltering in place limits your ability to leave the house to photograph?  What to do?  Create ways to create.  🙂 My bud Carl and I challenged each other to a given theme for a couple of weeks.  It was a fun challenge!

Posted in: Abstract, Food, Pandemic by Mark 1 Comment

Isolation #3

Pandemic in Blue … part 2 of Saturday’s walk.

Isolation #2

Shelter in Place had me longing for a walkabout, so my son-in-law Evan met up at a local small town to stretch our legs with camera in tow.  The town is virtually shutdown for the pandemic, being made up of small business.  We honored the 6 foot rule, and we only saw a few passers-by.  Long […]

Isolation #1

The Coronavirus pandemic is a global phenomenon with incredibly local implications.  It’s easy to get hyper-focused on the worldwide aspect, the hit on large metropolitan cities, and federal and state government responses.  Let us not forget the blow it is taking on the small business community; those who work their humps off daily, scraping by to […]

Posted in: Faith, Pandemic, Rural, Small Town by Mark 1 Comment
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