The Quarantine Diaries — 2. The city of men without men

We’ve been isolated for a few days: from everything, from everyone.

Birds

I usually hear the birds singing around 3 AM in the morning. Tonight they were singing at half past midnight, maybe a little later. Maybe they do it all the time, I just never noticed that because there were other noises…

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Architect, photographer, illustrator, writer. L’Indice Totale, The Fluxus and I Love Podcasts, co-founder @ RunLovers | -> http://www.martinopietropoli.com

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Martino Pietropoli

Martino Pietropoli

Architect, photographer, illustrator, writer. L’Indice Totale, The Fluxus and I Love Podcasts, co-founder @ RunLovers | -> http://www.martinopietropoli.com

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