Here's an excerpt:
One of the Few Positives
One of the few positives of the plague was no traffic. Prior to the plague, with a population of 4 million, the City of Los Angeles was reputed to have among the worst traffic in the world. L.A. was known as the Car Capital of the World. Thanks to the plague, and people staying home, and being unemployed, traffic was reduced to that of a small rural town. Severely congested freeways in L.A. looked like this
Pandemic Art Photo of the 134 Freeway in Los Angeles, nearly empty in both directions during the morning rush hour. Photo was taken by me through the fence on the pedestrian overpass. I then artistically edited the image. This photo was featured on MarketWatch.com, which gets 20 million viewers per month.
Pandemic art photograph of a Starbucks Drive Thru near L.A. Cars waiting in line to get their Starbucks. Even more cars were lined up in the street to the left. Photo taken by me and artistically edited for a vintage look.
As a result of the plague, all organized sports in California and across the country were cancelled. No sports. No baseball, no soccer, no football, no basketball. No sports for all K-12, all colleges, all professional teams. Stadiums and gyms and sports fields were empty.
Photo of an empty high school football field. Los Angeles County. April 2020. Schools in Los Angeles and across the country are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. No football practice or games. Or other sports. Or physical in-school classes.
There's many more photos in the book!