Glimpses of our new reality as billions of people stay home
The drastic impacts of the coronavirus outbreak have changed nearly every aspect of daily life, leaving a visual impact on the world around us. Grounded aircraft, deserted beaches, temporary hospitals, idle buses, quiet streets, empty shelves, and socially-distant behavior have quickly become common sights. Gathered here, a few more glimpses of our new reality as billions of people stay home.
My only memory of the Great Salt Lake is when my mother bought me a big chunk of rock salt that I licked all the way back to Los Angeles on a summer road trip (a treat that would not be sanctioned these days). So I was happy to revisit the lake through Utah photographer, Michael Slade’s, interpretive images. These rich black and white prints are part of an extensive photographic survey of not only the Great Salt Lake, but the life and lifestyles that surround it.