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Photos for Posterity?


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How about we take some photos for posterity? To show future generations what the Great Virus of 2020 to 2028 was like?

Pictures of deserted streets/ supermarket queues/ my toilet roll mountain/ airplanes parked up.

Post them up here.

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Maybe a good time to take some pictures of the sky.. Haven't seen a plane in ages. No contrails in the sky at all. 

Edit: Anyone notice that the last few days have been completely cloudless, beautiful blue skies?

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6 minutes ago, Great Guy said:

How about we take some photos for posterity? To show future generations what the Great Virus of 2020 to 2028 was like?

Pictures of deserted streets/ supermarket queues/ my toilet roll mountain/ airplanes parked up.

Post them up here.

What future generations?

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JohnThePessimist

In 1978 the village school closed. This morning it reopened in my study as 3 Minor Onlookers sat down to work. A photo has been taken.
 

We have already started a ‘Memory Box’ so the kids will hopefully get to bore their grandchildren with tales of the ‘Great Snot Pandemic of 2020’!

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2 hours ago, the gardener said:

Maybe a good time to take some pictures of the sky.. Haven't seen a plane in ages. No contrails in the sky at all. 

Edit: Anyone notice that the last few days have been completely cloudless, beautiful blue skies?

I’ve seen loads of birds, particularly flocks.

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Frank Hovis

Other than the empty supermarket shelves which are now at least half-filled in the ones near me I don't see what there is for a photograph would capture; very little has changed.

Traffic was light on Friday but no more than for a typical morning during the school holidays.

Here is the tube this morning:

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8141665/The-coronavirus-CRUSH-hour-Fury-commuters-crammed-Tubes-morning-dash-work.html

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2 hours ago, the gardener said:

Maybe a good time to take some pictures of the sky.. Haven't seen a plane in ages. No contrails in the sky at all. 

Edit: Anyone notice that the last few days have been completely cloudless, beautiful blue skies?

 

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2 hours ago, the gardener said:

Maybe a good time to take some pictures of the sky.. Haven't seen a plane in ages. No contrails in the sky at all. 

Edit: Anyone notice that the last few days have been completely cloudless, beautiful blue skies?

 

53 minutes ago, Battenberg said:

I’ve seen loads of birds, particularly flocks.

Yes. I noticed this as well after 9. 11.  Air travel really is the scourge of modern civilisation. 

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3 minutes ago, Green Devil said:

Best place for them. Long may it continue. 99% of flights are unnessecary. Use a video conference instead. And still no end in sight of the fine weather. 

Ahem.

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