Downtown Fort Worth got a huge hit in the stomach in 2020. From a vibrant crowded place it has been transformed into a ghost downtown with locked doors, empty shop windows, and vacant roads. When I came to visit the Water Park in downtown, there was a plenty of room to park my car. In … Read More
Tallahassee, the capital city of Florida, has rolling hills, oak-canopied roads, and lots of driving cars and trucks. A week of traveling in this sunny city in November 2020 concluded that all or most of the businesses are open and fully functioning, and people wear face masks inside stores, but not when they walk outside. … Read More
Once called the Paris of the South, Mobile, Alabama has been the cultural center of the Gulf Coast. It is a colorful, vibrant, friendly and safe town. I visited Mobile in November, right after the election of 2020. Still festive and busy, it seems like people keep a social distance and wear face masks only … Read More
When traveling in 2020, I stayed in several motels and hotels and dined in many restaurants. No one place was like the other. Hotels on the most part were almost vacant, while many of the restaurants were quite crowded. Some of the customers preferred to eat at home so they were ordering food via the … Read More
Brookhaven Park, Norman, OK after a powerful storm Legacy Park, Norman, a large park that is close to a popular shopping center. People come there often to eat on the grass area and walk around the water Randol Mill Park, Arlington, TX – A highly popular park with a pond, hiking trails, athletic fields (including … Read More
The City of Galveston is located on the upper Texas coast of the Gulf of Mexico and occupies virtually all of a 32-mile-long island located approximately 2 miles off the Texas mainland 50 miles southeast of Houston, Texas. It is known for its tourist attractions, fish restaurants, hotels, art scene, and great clean beaches. Traveling … Read More
A photo journal shot by Shoshana Brand, while traveling in Israel, in 2020, during the months of the Pandemic.