Before Covid

I snapped this back in early January during a winter storm. I think at that point we were hearing rumours of a virus out of China, but not in a million years would I have guessed what was in store a mere two months later. Since this photo, many local businesses have shuttered their doors forever, sadly. The economy’s gone to shit, of course, and we’re just awaiting that second wave to give it another nasty kick in the nuts. I just hope we get a vaccine sooner than later. Got my Covid19 test back today and it was, thankfully, negative. Hope y’all are staying safe.

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2 Responses to Before Covid

  1. Ryan Garden says:

    Lovely photo, looks a bit like a painting. Least that’s what it made me think of. Trying not to think about winter, how are we almost at the end of August already.

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