Sunday, June 28, 2020

Masked Rider

Masked Rider, General Trias

On this new normal, everyone here in the province of Cavite is highly encouraged to wear a mask. It's nice to see a large percentage of citizens complying, knowing that they do care not just for themselves but also for the people around them.


  1. certain area in the US wearing takes away their freedom.

  2. Another good person just following the rules that benefit everyone. Enjoy the day!

  3. Here it depends on the time of day that you go out. I keep my mask in my car...till I always have it with me.

  4. It is so nice to see someone wearing a mask. Too many people here in the US aren't, and I think it's kind of disrespectful to others. Nice photo that speaks to our times. Happy new week.

  5. Love your title for this post Stevenson - mask wearing is not 'big' here, nor has it been strongly recommended - what has been emphasized is social distancing and hand hygiene. All our 'new' cases are people coming into the country, and they have to be in supervised isolation for 14 days, and at this point we have had no (new) community transmission cases.
    Stay safe

  6. Yo también, cuando salgo de casa, voy con la mascarilla puesta. Aunque el único inconveniente es que las temperaturas son bastante altas por aquí y la mascarilla umenta la sensación de calor.

    La máxima temperatura, en el día de hoy, es de 41º.

    Que tengas una buena semana.

  7. I'm so glad to see that your people are taking care of themselves and following the guidlelines. I'm afraid Americans aren't so good at this and we're paying a heavy price.

  8. Dear Stevenson, first of all, thank you for your encouraging comment on my bad day! I hope you are doing well (again, too? I do, I guess, also thanks to you, aren´t we a great community?).
    Oh, Corinna, she has us in her hands, has she. Especially us who wear glasses, boy, these are "foggy" times!
    "Someone" is still sitting here at my PC. It (in German a parcel is an "it", but to me she became a female thanks to her name-giver) is slightly jumping in pain, she even nearly forgot what she´s holding inside her, that´s how long she is doomed to stay put here! She asked me to say hi to you, she didn´t mean to make you wait that long. And please don´t expect anything big, either, she just has some tiny bits and pieces...
    Oh, just how silly is that. I have a permanent reminder of this crisis right next to me and I cannot put her someplace else, that would be "mean". It´s not her fault...
    Let´s hope Corinna will be taken care of and we all can be free again!

  9. It is the new norm in Scotland too, certainly on public transport. Not sure if it will be compulsory when shopping now that things are eased it little more here.

    Yes, good people are respecting each other :-)

  10. Yup....this is the new way to go. I may consider wearing the niqab (like Arab women does). Masks are getting expensive, sometimes recycled masks are sold as new and this morning I hubby told me they sell imitation masks. Whatever the case maybe, self protection is top priority.

  11. A very good example to emulate.
    I like to be annoyed to see that there are still some people crowding but not wearing masks, such as not afraid of getting infected or maybe spreading the virus to other people around him.

  12. Perfect photo!!
    I send you my regards.
    And I wait for you on my blog.

  13. When I returned to the blog ... you disappeared! Well, that's it!
    I hope you are well and healthy!
    Thank you for the message left on the blog and for the support!
    I hope you come back soon!

  14. Good photo Stevenson, I'm afraid we are going to have to get used to the mask for a while and not short, around here with the summer, hot temperatures of 40º the truth is not very well, patience.

  15. Good action photo ~

    Thanks for your comments but sad to tell you my sweet died ~ July 2nd of Renal failure ~ she was 14 and I miss her terribly.

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

    1. That had me in shocks. I am so so sorry dear Carol, that is very sad news. Zoe is now free from pain, that can be at least a little help for us to feel a bit better even if we're not with her anymore. Sending you hugs Carol.


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