Snapshots from a pandemic Through these times of isolation, Megan T. Smith, a Folsom-based country music singer, finds some sense of normalcy through sunsets by Lake Natoma. (Photo courtesy of Drew Rhodes, @Sacramento_Cool) By: Steph Rodriguez April 30, 2020 Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on RedditShare on PinterestRoxanne Rhodes, a local portrait photographer based in Folsom, suspended all scheduled portrait sessions due to safety concerns over the pandemic. But she’s still taking photos. (Photo courtesy of Drew Rhodes)“The pandemic may have completely changed life for my family and I, but I won’t let it stop me from appreciating the beauty all around me.”Roxanne Rhodes, photographer“The Dames Who Dish” podcast co-hosts Gina Massei (left) and Anne Muldavin (right), who live in the Sacramento area, still dish remotely using Zoom. (Photo courtesy of Anne Muldavin)“While Anne is in studio, neighbor, friend and co-host Gina Zooms in so we can still record our [biweekly] podcast … trying to lighten the mood and talk our favorite TV—with some local wine, of course!”Anne Muldavin, co-host of “Dames Who Dish”Placer Food Bank driver Drew Schultz wears his mask while on the job. (Photo courtesy of Drew Schultz)“The reason I do what I do at Placer Food Bank every week, is because I believe in the Parable of the Good Samaritan, and the motto we lived by in Search & Rescue: ‘So others may live.'”Drew Schultz, Placer Food Bank driverTOPICS:COVID-19 in SacramentofolsomlakenatomaphotoseriessacramentosnapshotssocialdistancingstayathomeOur content is free, but not free to produce If you value our local news, arts and entertainment coverage, become an SN&R supporter with a one-time or recurring donation. Help us keep our reporters at work, bringing you the stories that need to be told. Become a supporter Stay Updated For the latest local news, arts and entertainment, sign up for our newsletter. We'll tell you the story behind the story.