This new feature - Out of the Shoebox - was a good idea in theory. But it's proving challenging for someone with an increasingly short attention span.

Gas Works Park Seattle
Gas Works Park, Seattle, 2016. I'm not sure what the white lines are. Water streaks on my lens, dirt on my sensor, ghosts?
Gas Works Park Seattle
Same photo in black and white. Gas Works Park, Seattle, 2016. I'm not sure what the white lines are. Water streaks on my lens, dirt on my sensor, ghosts?
Gas Works Park Seattle
Gas Works Park, Seattle, 2016.
Gas Works Park Seattle
Same photo, bumped up the exposure in the shadows. Gas Works Park, Seattle, 2016.

I just read an article in the USA Today about Go Nakamura, a photographer in Houston doing some incredible work on the COVID frontlines. The article has an amazing, powerful, and heartbreaking photo. I'm going to include the link, but before you click on it, might be a good idea to check your COVID news/imagery capacity. The link isn't going anywhere - you can always view it later. It's not graphic or fatal, but it is a compelling, sad, but also touching photo of a very human moment in this awful pandemic. Here's the link.