For a while during May and June, I didn’t get out much. I went to my local supermarkets for the weekly shopping, and that was about it. Even my sporadic trips to downtown were curtailed, partly because of the pandemic, laziness, and the increasing social unrest.
Of course, I didn’t stop my photography, though my subjects had changed. And, it got increasingly difficult to make compelling photos in a mostly uninspired suburban environment. But I tried. Challenges force one to look beyond the obvious and potentially inspire creativity.
I’m not saying this a particularly creative photograph. However, it’s possible to do street photography in a supermarket. Whole Food Market, in this case, shot with my newish chunky point and shoot camera. Social distancing documented, a defining encumbrance in 2020.
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