The switch from my always-moving life as a rep to almost complete idleness has been frustrating to say the least. I usually look forward to my time on the road, seeing different friends spread across the Southeast and even across the country when we travel for Sales Meetings and trade shows. It's also a learning time for me, I usually listen to podcasts or books on tape, some way to harbor knowledge that might make me a better rep, better husband, and hopefully a better person. Without that time I start to feel stagnant, especially when I'm barely able to leave the house. Luckily I still have a bicycle and a camera, and it's still ok to be out on my own or at a safe distance with friends doing those things for now. Most of these were shot around Chattanooga, with a few from other places that are still fitting for the times. All were on film, mostly Kodak Portra 400 and developed at Safelight District right down the street from our home. Always wish I would have taken more but hopefully it helps a few of you get some creative juices flowing, if you're looking for some other ways to stay creative check out our last post here.
Chattanooga in Quarantine
Mad Priest during the pandemic