Sunday, April 5, 2020
While We're All Locked Down ...
After 10 years of posting a new article every day (except Sunday, of course), the new reality in which we are living poses a challenge. The Shelter-In-Place mandate prohibits me from getting out there and getting photographs for the new posts--as a matter of fact you probably have noticed lately the quality of the photos has not always been great. That's because I have been forced to use quickly snapped phone photos that were taken for reference and not for final use.
I think that my readers would be as disappointed as I would be if I had to go on a hiatus until this horrible situation has passed. For one thing, I like to think that the posts provide at least a few minutes of distraction every day.
And so for a while Daytonian In Manhattan will be brushing up some of the older posts and putting them out there again. After more than 3,000 posts you might find it interesting to re-visit some of the locations. I promise to add additional information rather than to regurgitate an old post, as well! I will mix as many new posts as possible (I still have a precious few in my stash!)
Hopefully everyone is remaining safe and healthy and we'll all be back to normal lives before very soon.
P.S. -- The Monday "Lost" posts should go on as usual, since they do not require new shots.