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Die Maus war gewitzter als der Kater, sie hat überlebt.
Für mich ist der Kater hier ein Sinnbild für Covid19 und die Maus das Sinnbild für uns Menschen in Angesicht der Bedrohung durch das Virus.
Hoffen wir mal, dass wir auch gewitzter sind.
The main thing is to survive!
The mouse was more witty than the cat, it survived.
For me, the cat here is a symbol of Covid19 and the mouse is the symbol for us humans in the face of the threat of the virus.
Let's hope we're more witty.
The traffic light is green for pedestrians but there is no one crossing the road. People are queuing for their turn to shop for groceries. I notice the tiredness in the eyes, the resignation as if there was no tomorrow. Who reads, who consults smartphones and who silently observes in a vacuum. Many electronic eyes monitor and a megaphone ready to speak. The traffic light is always green and I hope it is hopeful for everyone.
And the people stayed home.
And read books, and listened, and rested,
and exercised, and made art,
and played games,
and learned new ways of being, and were still.
And listened more deeply.
Some meditated, some prayed, some danced.
Some met their shadows.
And the people began to think differently.
And the people healed.
And, in the absence of people living in ignorant,
dangerous, mindless, and heartless ways,
the earth began to heal.
And when the danger passed, and the people joined together again,
they grieved their losses, and made new choices, and dreamed new images,
and created new ways to live and heal the earth fully,
as they had been healed.
Poem By Kitty O’Meara
Uncertainty exposes fears and anxiety. Hope is stronger together. We are all in this together.
En la playa de la Zurriola (San Sebastian) se mantiene la distancia social de 2m. a la hora de tomar el sol, por seguridad frente al covid-19
Commencée avec Hendrix et finir cette série "Covid" avec la toujours bien nommée Hendrix
Voilà, un dernier lien vers un film qui cogne dans et à travers les murs, un bijoux
Douter de l'efficacité d'un masque face à un virus à visée respiratoire, c'est discuter de l'utilité d'un parachute dans l'exercice de la chute libre.
Sadly im tested positive for Corona, and I cant explain how sick I feel.. high fever is going on already over a week..... Im not able to sit behind computer....
So to all my clients who wait already waaaaaaaaay to long, it will take even longer.. im so very sorry..
For now I just feel small and miserable, and have say also a bit scared.. I really hope this will go by soooon...
A Washington State slogan that's packed with a punch. Stay safe all, and help keep others safe while you're at it!
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The Cathedral of the Transfiguration is a Catholic Byzantine house of worship named in honour of the Transfiguration of Jesus Christ. The land on which the Cathedral stands was donated by the late Stephen Roman which "he built as a beacon of religious freedom". The Cathedral was modeled on a church in Novy Ruskov, the Slovak village where Mr. Roman was raised. Its cornerstone and altar stone were blessed by Pope John Paul II during his 1984 visit to Canada, marking this the first time a Roman Pontiff consecrated a church in North America. Source: Wikipedia.
The day the streets went quiet
Taken at Tralala's Diner. Visit here: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Pine%20Lake/108/86/28
"So, who is going to suffer most from the economic and social costs of lockdown? The economically productive. And who are those few to die from the virus? Almost exclusively the economically unproductive! So, give them a fine label such as 'our most protected social bubble' and let the virus run free!"
As seen on TV, this man has matching mask and robe! Cool. Hope it helps start a new fashion trend in this covidic world!
To see more photos like this by others, check out my gallery on Mask fashions @ www.flickr.com/photos/130881643@N04/galleries/72157718282...
Part 1 (2020):
I ended up inadvertently taking a wee photographic tribute to COVID19 frontline workers last night. I was shooting the Belfast City Hall, which was lit up blue for the weekly tribute to National Health Service workers, which takes place every Thursday night during the epidemic, when I had to get out of the way as two buses came down Donegall Place behind me. But I reset quickly and they turned at the perfect moment!
The point being NHS workers are obviously frontline staff, but so are bus drivers, many of whom have died around the word, and so are a lot of council staff, especially the binmen/refuse collectors.
The focal point of Belfast's central business district, its 1898-1906 City Hall with its famous copper dome effectively divides the city's main retail and business districts. It was during this period, at the height of Belfast's industrial heyday, that the city briefly overtook Dublin as Ireland's most populous.
The architect was Sir Alfred Brumwell Thomas. The city hall in Durban, South Africa, is virtually identical.
Penser à cocher la case "Avec ascenseur"...
Rue tout près de la casa, célèbre par ses occupants Danielle et François Mitterrand:
Beaucoup aimé ce petit film presque passé inaperçu, quel dommage. Fan de cette actrice aussi