Photography: Summer in Quarantined New York Part 8

Photography: Summer in Quarantined New York Part 8

As I mentioned in a previous post, I haven’t been going out for as many walks as I was earlier this year. We’ve had a few heatwaves with 90º+ weather throughout this summer, which has made the idea of walking around for hours seem highly unpleasant. And lately, I’ve felt as though I’ve photographed all the interesting things in the neighborhood. But over the past couple of days I’ve gotten a ride to Coney Island and I had accompanied my mom into Manhattan for a medical appointment.

Check out this edition of Summer in Quarantined New York.

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In case y’all forgot: BLACK LIVES MATTER.  As a Black man, the names of all of these poor souls are as familiar as those of your family. Somehow we all know them and their story as though it were our own. Seeing their names always feels like a punch in the gut for me — and it should be the same for you, too.


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