In many parts of the world, restrictions on movement and travel are gradually being lifted. After weeks of confinement, it is a relief to move about. Even so, travel is not as it was. Here in Canada, trans-border crossings are still closed to non-essential travel and even domestic travel between provinces is discouraged. I look forward to the day when all travel restrictions are removed. Until then, I’m glad to have my archives to remember past trips – when I captured scenes of people in motion, moving or stopped in-transit as they went about their daily lives.
For this week’s Friendly Friday Photo Challenge I ask you to share a photo of people or time IN-TRANSIT.
This can be an old or new photo, showing something or someone in-transit, moving from one state to another. Feel free to interpret this literally or metaphorically. With the fall-out from the pandemic and international anti-racist protests, there’s ample room for interpretation. Major changes feel imminent in the world and our current status seems in-transit to a new normal.
From past travels, here is a sampling of people in transit
For a more interpretative photo, this is a derived image of Canada’s PM at a recent protest in Ottawa. Sometimes silence is a precursor to change in the status quo. One can hope. Link to the news article and original photo here.
I look forward to seeing your photos inspired by the theme IN-TRANSIT
Remember to include a link to this post and a comment below, so that I and others can find your response.
This week’s challenge of IN-TRANSIT goes up to Thursday, after which Amanda at StPA will post a new Friendly Friday challenge.
Toronto, Canada. June 2020