Empty Playground

Our January photo assignment to depict everyday life in our town had me scratching my head. Because of Covid 19, there is no normal everyday life unfortunately. For me, the inability of children to swing, climb, slide, run and play with their friends is one of the saddest parts of our efforts to keep each other safe. I took my granddaughter to this park many times over the first few years of her life and enjoyed sitting on this bench watching her play and make new friends. I hope playgrounds everywhere will soon be filled with happy, healthy children!

Author: Valerie Fall

I live part time in the San Joaquin Valley of California and in the Valley of the Sun in Arizona. California and Arizona both offer great opportunities for photography. I look forward to sharing images from wherever my travels take me.

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