You’ve heard it before. Stop and smell the roses. I did that. I also made this photograph. It’s my version of art.
I made it soft, dark and velvety. This image makes me want to touch it. No worries. I didn’t. I like to make pictures, not touch things.
Which brings me to this. Somehow.
The CDC issued a new directive. No masks with few exceptions as long as you have been vaccinated. This confused me and just about everybody else including some very highly thought of doctors.
For some reason I’ve lost my faith in the CDC. This directive just doesn’t sound right. Until Orleans Parish relaxes the mask requirement, I won’t be walking around barefaced.
Ask The New York Yankees about this. They have seven staffers and on player isolated because of positive tests after being jabbed. They call it breakthrough contagion. Call it whatever you want. It means that there is no certainty of anything pandemic related.
It seems that everybody is rushing to open up far too quickly. I have a bad feeling about this.
Meanwhile, on Facebook, everybody is cheering.
The damn block system won’t let me edit to fix typos. Damn is not really the word I’m thinking of but this is a family blog.
If this keeps up, community or not, WordPress is going to drive me away.
Get close I always say. Fill the frame I always say.
I took my own advice and did that. I worked so closely that the purple background is really a bit of another rose.
After that I made sure to keep a little separation in processing.
There you have it. A rose.
Stay safe. Stay strong. Stay mighty, Wear your mask, Wash your hands. Keep your distance. Get your jabs. Look after each other. Ignore the CDC. They’ve become politics over science.