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Cherokee tobacco plants growing on their own into a heart shape during the pandemic in New Orleans, taken May 8, 2020 in my home with view of Hotel Ponchetrain in background. Love for each other and our city.

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Cherokee tobacco plants growing on their own into a heart shape during the pandemic in New Orleans, taken May 8, 2020 in my home with view of Hotel Ponchetrain in background. Love for each other and our city.

Description (Dublin Core)

I was in my condo throughout the shelter-in-place for the pandemic alone except for my cat and the plants. While it was a hard time, I had a beautiful view and took care of the plants. One day, I noticed one had grown into a heart shape on its own. It made me really happy. I love this city and have been praying for everyone during the pandemic. So I feel it's representative of the love and prayers we have for one another, and have needed during this pandemic.

Date (Dublin Core)

May 8, 2020

Creator (Dublin Core)

Margaret Smith

Contributor (Dublin Core)

Margaret Smith

Type (Dublin Core)

Photograph

Controlled Vocabulary (Dublin Core)

English Emotion
English Social Distance
English Home & Family Life
English Environment & Landscape

Curator's Tags (Omeka Classic)

gardening
isolation
hope
loneliness

Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

05/16/2020

Date Modified (Dublin Core)

07/04/2020

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