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Canada

Little Bird

Submitted by: A.G.

Materials: Robin, grass

A little bird with some grass in its mouth.

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Canada

Finnigan and Rusty

Submitted by: Dog whisperer

Materials: Chocolate lab, corgi, stick

Social distancing at its best. During times of high anxiety and stress Finnigan, the Corgi and Rusty, the Chocolate lab, have learned to keep a save distance and still have fun. Photo taken on shores of the Bay of Fundy, NS.

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Unknown

My bouquet of the day, scratch and imagine “scent”

Submitted by: Violet

Materials: Lilacs, Camas, photo

Lilacs and Camas. Colour and flowers bring me joy, they make my heart beat contentedly therefore the hearts on the vase. I send it to each of you. Whales live in pods. I feel I belong to a COVID pod at the present time. Therefore the background photo of whales.

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Canada

Reading to Chickens

Submitted by: Kate W.

Materials: Chickens, book

My chickens have become my focus since the library I work at shut down. I took this funny picture to cheer up my storytime kids, until we can meet again in person. They really cheer me up.

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Canada

Therapy

Submitted by: Anonymous

Materials: Various seedlings (tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, parsley, basil, green onions), planters, soil, water, sun

My corner of happiness

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Canada

Backyard Oasis

Submitted by: jnsspikey

Materials: Elephant shirt, The Atlantic, cat

Me, my elephant shirt, a good article, Harlem, and my backyard.

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Canada

Leo’s Fort

Submitted by: Anonymous

Materials: http://Picture

Taken on May 4th, 2020.

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Canada

Pets: The great beneficiaries of a crisis

Submitted by: Anita

Materials: Computer, cat

Working from home has made for a happy cat. When he wakes up from his morning nap, he wanders in looking for attention. He’s not shy about his intentions. Pets everywhere are getting more love than ever.

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Unknown

Interacting

Submitted by: Erielys

Materials: My dog, schoolwork

While in quarantine, I’ve been able to interact with my dog, Mylo, more because he loves attention. I’ve also been able to take breaks to help with any stress. Sometimes it does get boring but, I’ll manage.

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United Kingdom

The Big Pause

Submitted by: Rachel Mary Toon

Materials: Oil paint on board

Still life triptych of 3 dry beech leaves found in my garden which I painted during the lockdown over three weeks. I have spent many hours studying the form, colour, and observing the way the shadows deepened as the sun moved round.

Instagram: @rachelmarytoon