Quarantine Photo Journal: May 17-June 29 | Charlottesville Documentary Photographer
I didn’t think this series would take me into June or July, but here we are.
As I write this, Virginia is on day two of Phase 3. We can dine inside restaurants, gather with 250 of our closest friends, and listen to music at indoor venues with 1,000 people.
My family and I won’t be doing any of those things, though. Because at the same time, the number of COVID-19 cases continues to climb.
We do enjoy the occasional drive-thru meal, a solo mission inside Target, and a rare visit with family, but it’s all done with a dose of worry. What if.
I’d love to say that I’ll look back on these days and feel some warmth, but I’ll remember — the fear, the anxiety, a sense of being trapped, a loss of time and experiences with family.
So these photos aren’t for me — they’re for Tucker. Because I hope he does remember only good things about this season.
In these photos, we build a giant fort, make friends with goats, get yet another quarantine haircut, and (finally) make a trip to my mom’s.
Laura Richards is a fine art lifestyle & documentary photographer based in Charlottesville, Virginia. She specializes in authentic, feel-good photography that tells "the story of you" for decades. See what makes her different from other photographers in the Charlottesville area here.
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