This is the last photo in the tank, so this feature will have to stop, least temporarily, until readers submit their photos (limit two), with a brief description. Ideally they would show you doing something during lockdown, but it need not be that. Interesting photos of your life are fine. If you have a cat, that could be in there, too.
Today we feature reader Wayne Hoskisson, whose notes are indented:
One photo is political so it may be a good choice. But it is important to me.
The first photo is me on a trail about one mile from my doorstep in mid April. Some years I will walk in this area nearly weekly. I live in rural SE Utah so it is easy finding some place with zero socializing.
The second photograph was taken in Sept., 2017. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Mark Maryboy, a long time Navajo leader in SE Utah, are standing on a highway with the Bears Ears Buttes in the background. Sen. Durbin has long been the lead Senator for protecting public lands in Utah. Mark Maryboy was one of those instrumental in developing a proposal that resulted in Pres. Obama designating the Bears Ears National Monument on Dec. 28, 2016. Pres. Trump reduced the Bears Ears National Monument by 81% on Dec. 4, 2017. I was fortunate to be asked to accompany Sen. Durbin on his visit to the Bears Ears.