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From the exotic to the familiar, whether you’re traveling or in your own backyard, we would love to see the world through your eyes.
I am terrible with geography, but even I can tell this is New York! New York, where the turtles completely ignore social distancing rules (caught on film!) and sheep are allowed to roam free. There really are sheep; I even googled so I wouldn’t get my hopes up for nothing. But a picture is worth a thousand words, so take a look for yourself. New York as we have never seen it. ~WG
A few shots from a pandemic hotspot. First we have the Avenues: Park, Madison, and 5th (all N/S, looking S).
Then the cross streets: Central Park South and E 79th St. (E/W, looking E).
E 79th St.
And while some in the city flaunt the social distancing rules:
CP Sheep Meadow
Last, but not least, a reminder that, even in the middle of a pandemic, hope springs eternal in the human breast and the tushies of ducks.
(Taken around noon over two days – 4/5/20 and 4/6/20 – with a Sony a5100.)