Snapshots from a pandemic

Some neighbors, who have never met before the pandemic, are getting to know each other through simple means. (Photo courtesy of Cassandra Foster)
(Photo courtesy of Cassandra Foster)

“My neighbors down the street are elderly and can’t get out. They have a beautiful garden with thousands of poppies. They have been allowing me to go over and take pictures and in return I email them my edited ones.”

Cassandra Foster, photographer
(Photo courtesy of Cassandra Foster)

“Going over to their place allows me to get out of my house and be creative and then I get to send them pictures which they seem to very much enjoy. One thing I could say about this virus, even though we’re separated, it’s allowing people to get closer on other levels.”

Cassandra Foster, photographer
(Photo courtesy of Cassandra Foster)
(Photo courtesy of Cassandra Foster)
(Photo courtesy of Cassandra Foster)

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