Virus and the City: Empty Streets

Everywhere I went there were almost no cars. Spooky. I started walking down the middle of the street on certain blocks, just because I could. The last shot was from my evening walk, heading west towards the river.

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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4 thoughts on “Virus and the City: Empty Streets

  1. Wow… This feels like a giant filming scene of a post apocalyptic movie – I expect to see hundreds of angry people right behind your camera shot…

  2. It is just like 28 Days Later, holy cow.
    On the bright side, love that blue sky, glad you can still get outside and take walks.
    Just looked at the pics again. I kinda want that bottom one framed. It’s gorgeous. You ever put things on Flickr? I mean, not because I want it for free, but because you take really good pictures.

  3. Thank you! The quality isn’t that great anymore though. Ever since my beloved G9 died and no one seems to still fix that model. I miss it so much, it took great, sharp picture. Sob.

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