Reflecting On The Impact Of COVID-19 At The Southbank
It’s refreshing to be able to take a stroll along the Southbank in London after six months of abstinence and lockdown. It wasn’t possible back then to just take off and stroll wherever we wished.
There are more photos than words to help you reflect on what life has been like for most of us in 2020. Some say so far it has been an awful year while others agree but also see some good that has surfaced.
But now that the restrictions have partially eased, it’s comforting to return to some sort of normality. This post is about reflecting on the impact of COVID-19 at the Southbank in London.
Credit to the photographers, writers and poets.
Let’s be grateful for where we are and continue to follow the protocol. I hope you are doing well. Drop me a line as always.
A touching post and photography. I can tell you deeply feel all the effects and nuances of this horrible disease. None of us imagined a pandemic would send us on a completely different journey. It’s not one we planned, but a journey nonetheless.
Thanks for stopping by Pamela. It’s true what they say that ‘Life is full of surprises.’Let’s hope for good things.
Your article really makes us stop and think about the impact the pandemic has had around the world. It is easy to get caught up in our own lives and forget that we are not alone in fighting this disease. Thanks for the thoughtful reminder.
True. It’s important to remember that there are others worse off.
Excellent compilation of COVID words and art, Bola. Enjoyed the grocery shopping visual and the words by Selina Nwulu. I hope you stay safe and well.
The grocery visual immediately caught me eyes, credit to the artist. Stay safe.
Great looking exhibition. Lots to ponder on.
Yes there are numerous exhibitions around.