The pandemic has been a time of isolation and reflection. Each one of us has had to come to terms with our fragility and the inherent gift of our everyday existence. I found myself immersed in this type of reverie as I experienced the land and sky near home. From the constant rain in the Catskills to the experience of the forest fires out west and in Canada affecting the skies, this year has epitomized all the uncertainty of existence- life, death, climate change, and doubt but also reassurance in the vitality of human connection.
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