Social Distancing Around Pittsburgh April 3, 2020

Yesterday was a beautiful day so we broke quarantine and drove around the empty city. It was around lunchtime. The streets were empty, The Schenely oval only had one man walking his dog and a few walking on the track. I could walk down the center of Forbes Street in Squirrel Hill…at lunchtime! All in all people seem to be taking it seriously.

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Social Distancing

If you follow this blog you know that it mainly focuses on photography and travel. However, the pandemic of Covid 19 is hard to ignore and I would not be much of a blogger if I did. . I know its hard to think about your life if you are stressed and anxious and when experts tell you to social distance yourself it doesn’t mean you have to hide. Some of us will have to isolate and quarantine ourselves but others can have outdoor activities.

Go for a walk or if you can surf pick up your board and head to the beach. If you can’t surf, don’t do it, the last thing you want to do is injure yourself and wind up in the emergency room. If you are a photographer put away your wide angle lens and get out your telephoto lens. Photograph the spring flowers. Be safe, live your life at a distance for a while and don’t panic. And don’t forget to carry your towel

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Social Distancing