13 thoughts on “Inspiring Image #109: Social Distancing Skaters

  1. Thank you for sharing!!.. like all else, as long as it doesn’t affect them personally, they have this arrogant, inconsiderate mindset…however, with the self-centered attitude, the first time they get sick they want to be the first one into the lifeboat… “The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom”. (Isaac Asimov)… 🙂

    Hope all is well in your world and all your tomorrows are filled with happiness!!.. 🙂

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  2. The sad part is that they might be asymptomatic and will infect someone vulnerable that they love without realizing it. Or maybe they do realize it and don’t care. Until it hits home, it’s hard to comprehend.
    As always, you take thought-provoking pictures, Katherin!

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  3. Yeah…same scenes in nyc….we should just open up and let people choose their course because unless it’s a 100%lockdown this crap we’re going through is just not going to work

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    1. Yeah. At the expense of sounding harsh, it really is everyone’s choice if they want to contract a disease or not. I understand not wanting to impact everyone else, but our country has been set up to be selfish and self-serving, for the most part. It’s steep curve to expect more.

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      1. Nothing to fear but fear itself….but on other notes…I don’t know when we switched from curve flattening to guaranteeing safety…as if that ever existed…and right now…I see a lot of kids hanging out with no accountability….that’s a good thing?

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  4. Like the bicycle gang in our neighborhood, they look too close for social distancing. Maybe skateboarding is partly virtual now? They seem absorbed in their screens. As with all your photos, KE, this captures the subjects and dynamic well. 🙂

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