This self-portrait was made on a beautiful summer day in June during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

I began lockdown on March 11 and choose not to go out in public and be around others due to my health and the risk of death from Covid-19.  

I see friends, family, and delivery drivers through large windows of glass. I interact with friends, family and essential workers standing safely behind translucent barriers, the sliding glass door of my home, the glass computer monitor and the crystalline screen of my cellular phone, and I peer through a window near my front door.

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Please click and expand the image. Place your hand on mine. Close your eyes (if you wish) and think of someone absent, someone you miss and love. Take your time. 

The intimacy we just shared, the sensation you experienced, is how thousands of people interact daily, all trying to gain a small sense of horizonless human connection in the world we now live.

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