Pandemic Life by Robert Greenberg

Photographer Robert Greenberg, who lives outside Washington, D.C., has captured some haunting black and white shots of life during the Covid-19 pandemic.  We all seen the masks, the covered faces, the looks of resignation and wariness in the eyes, the slumped shoulders, and safe distance between people.  Bob’s photographs put a partially concealed human face on the tragedy, as well as the despair of shuttered stores and lives and the emptiness of streets in a time when we dread continued isolation and pray for a return to normalcy.  I am offering these photos without comment.  They speak for themselves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photographs courtesy of Robert Greenberg.  Copyright 2020.  All rights reserved.

 

Posted in

Terry Bacon

Leave a Comment