Just a month ago I was flying back to the UK contemplating the crowded streets and packed venues across the country. I was bemoaning the fact there the roads we're always busy and there was never enough space, I had to travel to Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and London. Then the world changed, by the time I made the London trip the streets were emptying.
As we flew back to Canada the borders closed to all but Canadian residents. The entry was a two hour wait through heavily congested areas before we we're finally leaving the airport heading back to our home. We are now through the first week of self isolation and looking forward to it ending.
Once the isolation is complete, my social distancing will consist of trips to the mountains for sunsets and starlight shoots until winter ends and expands the available opportunities. We know this crisis will pass and that, in a month or two, the worst will be over and life will begin returning to normal.
It's an incredibly difficult time for many people, but it will pass. Obviously I will not be running photo tours or workshops until this issue is contained. In the mean time, do all you can to help and protect yourselves, your family, and all others around you.
My image today is taken from a mountain tour prior to the UK trip, it shows Mt Rundle in Banff National Park as a snow squall passes overhead.
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