Some of you have been following my daily journey through my Quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Basically each day I am quarantined, I look around for something that inspires me in terms of a photographic image. Some days I find an interesting image rather quickly. Other days it is more of a challenge. I would suspect that that has to do with my particular mindset on any given day - more so than my actual surroundings.
In any event, so far I have stuck to it...for more than 130 days.
I actually didn't start immediately on day one. The idea came to me six days into isolation. Derived partly as a way to fill some of the time - and partly as a challenge to myself.
Somewhere in the process I started getting questions about what, ultimately, I was going to do with the images. And, frankly, I hadn't really given it any thought up to that point. Actually, for me, it was just an exercise in trying to see the world a bit differently - and the reason I was posting the images on social media was to kind of hold me accountable to following through.
I started thinking about maybe - after all of this is over and we have come out on the other side - pulling the images together and creating a bound book. But then I started getting questions as to whether I would sell any of the individual images.
Hey - the architecture business is really slow right now; many of my photography gigs have fallen off - hell yes I would love to sell some. I typically have Galleries on my website of images that are for print sale. So I decided to add a new one dedicated to the images from my Quarantine.
So...that's what I did. And each day I will add the image from that day to the Gallery.
If you are interested, I am always grateful to anyone that expresses appreciation for the work I do. And even more so if they are willing to support it by investing. If you would like to take a look around at the Quarantine Image Gallery, please click the button below. And if you are moved to want to have one of the images for yourself, I am thrilled and beyond grateful.