I am concerned that, because some restrictions have been eased, a large number of the general public feel safer and are not as careful as they once wore. Whereas before, I would see people walk around Princeton with masks, or cross the street to avoid each other if the sidewalks have no room, now I see mask-free people jogging or walking past each other. I don't feel safe.
The virus doesn't care if some people want to be mask-free. It spreads anyway. The virus hasn't become less infectious, but some people have just decided to accept risk for others. I see the number of infected spiking again around the state and I wonder, "are Americans incapable of community living"?
One of the reasons that I bought the Fujinon XF27mmF2.8 lens was that I wanted a light kit for "walkabout" photography. What do I mean by "walkabout" photography? The term is inclusive of street photography, backyard barbecues, birthday parties, a day trip to New York City, etc. I had long wanted a Fuji XF100F for that purpose. After renting an X100F and the XF27mmF.8 lens last year, I realised that the X-T2 and XF27mmF.8 combination was just over 100g heavier than the X100F/X100V alone. I don't notice the difference.Submitted as part of the 100DaysToOffload project.