Photos born out of COVID-19

May 10, 2020  •  7 Comments

The current COVID-19 pandemic is affecting all aspects of our world on a global scale.  The economy, employment, agriculture, education, healthcare, the environment and especially our families friends and co-workers have been ravaged by the virus.  The new "social distancing" lifestyle which seems to be a sensible and prudent method to help mitigate the virus certainly puts heavy constraints on how we go about our day to day lives.  When you are stuck inside due to placing yourself under self quarantine, boredom can set in over time and it can be quite the challenge to find ways to entertain oneself and not go stir crazy within the confines of home.

 

 A great way to beat the "Corona Blues" is to engage yourself in things that you really enjoy immensely and can be done from home.  While you are stuck at home, you now have plenty of time to visit some of your passions that you may have neglected because you were to busy with the hustle & bustle of life before the virus hit.  There are so many things that people are good at such as crafting, cooking, knitting, drawing, painting and far too many other things to mention in this post.  For me, one of my passions is photography so I have been channeling my energy to try to create some new photos from home while under quarantine.  Below are a few photos that I have made.  Would I have created them had there not been a pandemic?  Probably not!

 

 

Chicken Dinner

 

 

 


Party Time

 

 

Creative Vision

 

 


The Three Fates

 

 

Vortex of Infinity

 

 

You've Got Mail!

 

 

Beacon of Hope

 

 

Restless Dream

 

 

No Turning Back

 

 

Three's A Crowd!Three's A Crowd!

Three's a Crowd

 

What are you doing to combat boredom while you practice social distancing?

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Comments

Mitch(non-registered)
These are all AWESOME!! As a connoisseur of "dark and evil magics," I'm a fan of the aesthetic with 'The Three Fates.'

'Beacon of Hope' and 'Vortex of Infinity' are also very visually appealing studies on light-play. The color theory used in 'Vortex' is particularly attractive.

Of course, that last shot is just so charming and I can't help but smile when I see it!
Aunty Arlene(non-registered)
I have to say love seems every one is better than the other I could never choose you have a wonderful talent from God you are good in what you do love you
Oscar Dean Photography
Hello Steve, your comments are appreciated, thank you! That was a very keen observation you made about the "Beacon of Hope" photo. Let's hope that the world can break from the grip of COVID-19 soon so that we can return to some sense of normalcy. Stay safe and thanks for visiting my website.
Steve Mancuso(non-registered)
These are all great photos, my favorite is the lantern. The "Beacon of Hope" is very timely when you consider what is happening with the worldwide pandemic going on. Well done Sir, you have a great talent!
Oscar Dean Photography
Kaycee and Dennis, thank you for your kind comments! Best regards and please stay safe!
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