Kitchen door

The truth of it is I’ve been out of the apartment just about every day since the COVID-19 quarantine began. Not in a reckless, defiant, “I’ll show the bastids who’s the boss of me” way, but out nonetheless. Along with my walks and bike rides, there’s also been significant time spent at home, and yes, often with camera in hand. Look afresh, look with new eyes we teach in our meditation class. See the familiar for the first time. The photos below are the result of just that attitude.




Kitchen sunlight


Living room in late daylight


Chair and floor




Knitting needle, the very one I dropped into our elevator shaft, recovered a month later by building staff with a fine eye and memory.


Cazadores, carrying with it memories of beloveds


Buddhists on the radiator


More late day sunight


My living room

Published in: on August 22, 2020 at 4:29 pm  Comments (13)