The face mask that I've been using (which can be seen in the photograph directly above, an image that you might recognize from a prior entry here on Blogger
) does not provide a tight enough fit, leaving extra space around the mask which sort of defeats the purpose of wearing a mask.
Therefore, Joan Tedeschi
(seen in the image directly below that has been featured here on Blogger
) stopped by my vestibule with a better fitting mask, which is a type she has been wearing.
The next day, my out-of-state friend Joan Budilovsky
(Joan Bud) surprised me by sending me a face mask that featured images of birds on the fabric. She asked me to take a photo of myself but I don't do well with selfies, so after last night's 29th session of #ClapBecauseWeCare,
Giuseppe, the man (who is staying with his lovely wife) in the building directly east of me took a picture of me (from his window) wearing the mask to sent to Joan Bud.
His photo can be in the next image.
Receiving a good mask from Joan Tedeschi and having one with a design mailed to me by Joan Bud, prompted me to think about images I have on Fine Art America
and to create my own line of masks. Ultimately the amazing Chris Deatherage
was able to help me do this and my mask selections based on my Black and White Photo Collection
, as well as my Dragonfly Collection
, and my Kaleidoscopic
collection as well as one of my bird collections
) can now be seen in the images directly below and/or on FAA
Meanwhile, re last night's #ClapBecauseWeCare, here (in the next series of pictures) are a few moments from that event.
|JULIE, THE WOMAN WHO TOOK PHOTO-OP S OF MY GARDEN|
SEE THEM BY CLICKING HERE AND HERE
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