Sheltering-in-Place

Tucked in.
Doorman.
Deep embedding. That’s a squirrel snout visible in this floor-through.
Two hours later, this Great Blue Heron was still there.

1 Response to “Sheltering-in-Place”


  1. 1 alaspooryorick March 22, 2020 at 8:59 am

    a concise and mordant post. even the birds are taking precautions. hope that none were closer than the six foot requirement.

    COVID-19 rules the world only because we let it. the panic is worse than the disease. Get over it. wash your hands. To hell with this over-abundance of caution.

    at 70, I’m living my life, helping the homeless (with two gloved hands) in my neighborhood and attempting to lift everyone’s spirits, especially the suffering small businesses, the police, and the cheerful folks in my neighborhood BID who sweep and pick up after the yahoos toss their revolting trash.

    NO mask for me! Viva Las Vegas! Power to the People & et cetera.


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