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Portraits In The Time Of Coronavirus

3 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

We are living in unprecedented times. As a photographer of social events , individual, family, business portraits and sports, the recent closing of schools and the virtual shut down of our towns and cities-basically our lives as we have known it-has shut everything down.
It is a difficult time for so many and I am grateful that we are here close to family, that all of us are healthy and safe, and also grateful for the people continuing to work like first responders, grocery store workers, truck drivers, delivery services, restaurants doing carry out, and the media for helping keep us...
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