Covid - 19

On March 15th, while I was on Spring Break, the governor of Kansas closed all schools for an additional week due to the outbreak of Covid - 19 starting to be seen in Kansas and the United States.  Two days later, the governor closed schools for the remainder of the school year.  On March 28th, there was a stay-at-home order issued until April 19th.  This blog is written on May 28th.  We are currently starting to open.  The purpose of this blog is not to get into what was right or wrong about the closure but to document what the city was like during the time of closure.  I did not violate any orders doing the photography as we were still able to move around the city.

The day I went to close up the classroom a deep fog moved in.

New Market Square in Maize Kansas after the shutdown went into effect.  This was taken on Good Friday.

Maize Road

Looking down Maize Road.

Warren Theater West in Wichita, Kansas

 Businesses on Maize Road

Valley Center, Kansas

#BetheLight Stadium lights for Maize 2020 graduating seniors, April 10th.

Old Town Square May 2nd, 2020

St. Francis Street in Old Town.

Another project I took during the shutdown was picturing churches on Easter Sunday, April 12th, 2020.

For the end of this, I loved the sign of hope from the Orpheum.

Orpheum Theater

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