Sunday, March 22, 2020


Today is the thirteenth anniversary of St. Louis Daily Photo. It's not a time for celebration although I have posted pictures almost every day. The missed days were due to being in remote locations without Wifi or severe work overload. This is the 4,648th post. 

We represent the occasion with an elevator button in my office building, which I touch only with my cuff or a paper towel, and a street sign in lonely downtown. STL begins a stay at home order tomorrow, although we can go out to food stores, pharmacies, medical appointments and getting curb delivery meals from restaurants. We can even go out for a walk. How this affects my blog depends on how long isolation lasts.          


Sharon said...

Congratulations on the anniversary. We started working from home last week so I have a few days on you. It's not easy but it is what it is. I took a walk at a local shopping center yesterday. There was only a scattering of people there and we stayed away from each other. But, I sill saw lots of things to photograph.

William Kendall said...

There is nothing mandatory here, but lots of places are closed.

Quite a milestone.

RedPat said...

Congrats on the big 13! It is an empty city here - so little traffic & few people walking around. One wonders how long this will last.