Yes, I know things are very difficult in many parts of the world. Here in
the mild, mild west things are a bit different. With all the gyms, theatres,
restaurants, schools, etc. closed indefinitely, people are making the best of
the situation. I've seen more people outdoors than ever before. They're
shooting hoops, playing basketball and soccer (football), cycling, jogging, and
sometimes just simply walking. They're keeping themselves active, healthy, and
happy. Hopefully they will develop some good habits that will stay with them
after all this is over.
But it won't be over soon. I'm very much focused on what is about to
happen in New York City, as they are poised to run out of essential medical
supplies in ten days. Whatever happens there will be a model for what could
happen in other major American cities.
>From what we are living here, and in other countries, I think your
>behavior is somewhat irresponsible, for the community you live in,
>and for yourself. It’s already there, and you won’t know it.
>I’d sure miss teasing your mechanics talents a lot if you got caught.
>In the meantime, here’s a shot I took thinking of you in Egypt.
>But please, STAY INDOORS ! Go shopping once a week, and stick to this, please.
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro
- Hunter S. Thompson
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/