If I wasn’t so dedicated to maintaining acquaintances and friends, I might have forgotten DearSusan over the last year or so. Still COVID-marooned in the UK, I have a slightly different world view to many, but still suspect that the pandemic had wrought damage we haven’t yet contemplated, much of it deeply psychological.
Behaviour patterns change slowly and even though a month has passed since it is no longer necessary to wear face masks in public in the UK, a significant number of shoppers and travellers continue to employ some kind of facial protection.
I ponder as I wander; unvaccinated, or does the fear of infection linger?
Throughout this period, I’ve found little interest in my regular hobbies, most especially photography. But, as the weight of potential infection has lifted, I’m pleased to note that my interest in photography has once again gained some impetus.
I’ve shot a number of recent images and think they warrant two posts. This brief introduction sets the scene, post two will appear soon.
It’s good to be back.
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