Revisiting the family archives - HIST30060

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Revisiting the family archives - HIST30060

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In isolation, I found myself coming closer to my family. I was living in Melbourne at the time, away from my home in Tasmania, but maintained constant connection via video calling and messaging my family. One way I connected with home was by sharing old photos with my sister. This is one she sent me while I was in lockdown. It was taken around 2008. Trawling through thousands of old photos was an easy way to keep occupied during lockdowns, and I’m partially glad that COVID gave me the free time to do so as it was a fun way to bond with family and massage out the homesickness.
This photo was taken by my dad.

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This item was submitted on October 29, 2022 by Robert Elkerton using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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