Leftovers, Monday Captures And Corona Virus Thoughts

Found a few foggy shots I forgot to download on my other camera from a couple days ago, the first two pics. Also four old shots at the end of this post. I am thinking I should limit my time out and about with the peak of the corona virus happening now. I don’t have really any contact when out except getting gas but that could be too much from what I read. Only see any one else now and then in the field. I think the six foot rule should take in to consideration the wind. Six feet could be way to close if you where downwind from an infected person or vise-versa. Knowing myself I am not likely to wear a mask or gloves or not touch my face. So best try to remain at home. A place that I often think of as heaven here on earth.

Hearing the new predictions from the governments new scary numbers. I take in to consideration what I normally do when overhearing folks that lie or predict. I cut what they say in half and I am probably getting closer to the truth. Still if I cut the number 100,000 to 200,000 Americans to lose their lives. That would mean 50, ooo or more folks would perish. Think about that huge number itself. We must do what we can and not add to the devastating potential …

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4 Responses to Leftovers, Monday Captures And Corona Virus Thoughts

  1. Teresa Rice says:

    I agree. I enjoy looking at your photos every day, but these are scary times. I haven’t been out in more than two weeks. I’m in the high risk category and am not taking any chances. I won’t even go for a ride because I don’t want to chance being in a wreck, even a minor fender bender, could expose me to other people. I hadn’t thought about the wind being a factor, but I think that’s an excellent point. Stay safe, my friend.

    • Jim says:

      Teresa Rice,
      Hope to encourage others to temporarily limit travel. Folks from other states still coming here to fish, photograph, etc. So that increases the risk. As you said a breakdown, accident and such could force unforeseen contact if out. Thank You and you and yours stay safe as well…

  2. Unfortunately I have to work because I’m considered essential, but I work mostly alone outside so I don’t get too close to anyone. We’re all highly aware of what’s going on.
    I don’t blame you for staying home. I would too if I could.
    I’ve seen you get some beautiful photos right in your own yard, so I won’t be disappointed!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Be as careful as you can. Essential workers are necessary. Thankful that I am retired. There is always beauty outside my door if I look for it. Thank You…

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