Authors

Creator(s)

Karah Haug and Marcella Lees

Contributor(s)

Marcella Lees

Connection to Carleton

Student

Description

"Looking at my camera roll, the lack of pictures, particularly pictures of people, is an accurate depiction of what is being missed during the pandemic. I live a few miles outside of the Black Hills National Forest so hiking has been a reprieve from being in my house constantly. I don't see many people outside of my immediate family and my dog and I spend a lot of time hanging out in my backyard (by myself) when the weather is nice enough. It's hard to believe that we have been away from Carleton so long, but looking at my recent photos, I have very little evidence of other humans, which makes it clear just how long it has been. My pictures are exclusively of my dog and of the landscape from hikes I have gone on. It feels very strange to be separated from the community of people that I have been so connected to for almost three years". (She/Her/Hers/class of 2021/Dance and Environmental Studies/Rapid City, SD/Rapid City, SD)

Date

2020-05-21

Coverage

Rapid City, SD

Keywords

Carleton College, Historians for Hire, Interview, Landscape/Nature/Outdoors, Loneliness/Separation, Pets, South Dakota

Subject

Carleton College, Historians for Hire, Interview, Landscape/Nature/Outdoors, Loneliness/Separation, Pets, South Dakota

Collection

Asynchronous Interview Carleton Students

Keywords

Carleton College, Historians for Hire, Interview, Landscape/Nature/Outdoors, Loneliness/Separation, Pets, South Dakota

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