Who do you wear a mask for? (Ed. Note: Each Monday, The Pandemic Lens publishes an image from Katherine Taylor’s “Masks of Boston” project. To date, Kathryn has photographed nearly 300 people from all walks of life. Visit Masks of Boston  to read the profile of each person and learn who they wear a mask…

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At this stage of the pandemic we need to accept and be graceful and kind as we are living  with vagueness, ambiguity and hope for resolution. This piece is responsive to that plight.   Copyright © 2021 Stanley Sagov Stanley SagovStanley Sagov leads an intense dual life as a physician (Family Practice Group, The Sagov…

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Tulips, daffodils, and scores of other species are dotting the landscape, providing a welcome sign that spring is in full gear. New outdoor eating structures are changing the urban landscape, too, at least in Cambridge and Somerville, MA. Over the past few days I’ve been noting how outdoor restaurant extensions are drawing more people with…

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Well, here we are in the third lockdown in the UK. It was a lot easier this time around as everyone has their little routines and the kids get taught via Teams, so no home schooling. This time, I’ve been working digitally, creating work on Procreate and Photoshop. The inspiration came from my daily cycles…

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Who do you wear a mask for? (Ed. Note: Each Monday, The Pandemic Lens publishes an image from Katherine Taylor’s “Masks of Boston” project. To date, Kathryn has photographed nearly 300 people from all walks of life. Visit Masks of Boston  to read the profile of each person and learn who they wear a mask…

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When I arrived in Philadelphia, I was disappointed by the lack of snow accumulation. However, 2021 was different. After a year of isolation and lack of the usual, a natural abundance rained down. All I could see around me was a world full of free, sculptural material.  “Snow dumplings” inspired my snow poems body of…

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Who do you wear a mask for? (Ed. Note: Each Monday, The Pandemic Lens publishes an image from Katherine Taylor’s “Masks of Boston” project. To date, Kathryn has photographed nearly 300 people from all walks of life. Visit Masks of Boston  to read the profile of each person and learn who they wear a mask…

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Why wouldn’t there be geese? After all, it’s nesting season here in Ohio. I’m sitting with my wife Cathy in the parking lot at the Franklin County Board of Elections, waiting for my appointed time to go inside and receive my second dose of the Moderna vaccine, when a pair of Canada geese waddle by.…

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The pandemic has changed much of what we took for granted. It has corroded the familiar and left many of us with uncertainty and doubt. I have seen the way my family and friends have handled the isolation, the loss of freedoms, and their vulnerability. I have witnessed deep introspection about our sense of self…

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