HIST30060 - Easter Hunt: Bears Hiding in Windows

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HIST30060 - Easter Hunt: Bears Hiding in Windows

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These two photographs were taken in April 2020 during Easter. My neighbourhood decided to come together and do something special for the kids - many families participated and placed teddy bears on their windows facing the footpath. This created a 'Bear Hunt' trail for children and their families to participate in. I decided to take a walk around my neighbourhood to experience this for myself and it has become one of my most memorable moments during the COVID-19 lockdown. Many children and their families were walking around socially distanced, and strangers I had never seen before would wave at me across the streets and exchange greetings. The sense of community was really strong and it felt like everyone was together, in solidarity, even amidst the toughest of times.

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This item was submitted on November 2, 2021 by [anonymous user] using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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