quarantine, I found that I enjoyed seeing the places that I had visited in previous years. Since I retired in 2011, I have spent every spring in Europe or in Mexico. Some years, I travelled for months and other years I have travelled for weeks. One thing that I noticed in every place that I have visited is street art.
|un grand arbre à Paris|
sometimes unintelligible. As a person who enjoys strolling through urban neighbourhoods, I always stop and try to discern the message. I enjoy a good piece of graffiti almost as much as a lovely garden.
When I look at travel photos, I am starting to wonder about the people who live on those streets that I have wandered. In many apartments around the world, people are protecting themselves and others from infection. They may be lonely or worried. Many of the people in Mexico will have no money,
|My pride is rooted in corn.|
no electronics, no water and little information regarding the current situation. Those who work in restaurants, hotels and bars throughout the world are laid off.
|Can you read Shetland? Clue: it's about a dog.|
But I have many photos, friends and family around the world. For that, I am grateful.
|Interesting sign for a coffee shop!|