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A time of relative insulation, isolation
they are a changing
A couple of cheerful work-at-home neighbours
collect coffees from the Little Coffee Spot
THis time-capture reflects positivity
during the first wave.
Seems this second period of isolation is very different. Whereas previously
we'd acted as a community displaying outwardly positive acts of resilience, now we are all hunkering down in isolation.
My thoughts are with the elderly, the fragile, those living alone, people with disabilities, families struggling with unemployment, home schooling and restricted physical /social activities. I am also concerned for the dignity of the individual for whom a mask prevents the sharing of smiles and positive responses. It is at times like this where we draw upon technology, smart phones, tablets, the internet.
While I haven't met most in my neighbourhood (Fyansford) or online communities (Geelong in Historical Pictures, Fyansford Community Noticeboard, Fyansford.com....) I do feel that I know quite a few of you and I am thankful for our ongoing interactions. I will use this page to share interactive ideas with people within my Fyansford.com network.
Fyansford Community Noticeboard
that help pass time
Courtesy of BoredPanda
rom the comfort
of your own home
The virtual world takes a bit of getting used to.
Remember to switch language to English
Best viewed on PC or laptop as 'flash player' often required.
Fees may in some cases be required
how incredible Earth is
10 tours of famous landmarks
World Tourist Attractions
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