Photographer's Note

So, yesterday it was my mother's 60th birthday. We celebrated it in a rather modest way.
In January we planned a poshy party held in a restaurant: a lot of guests would have payed a visit (my parents have a more vivid social life than me), my father's best friend's tribute band would have provided music. As the COVID situation escalated, we first gave up the idea of a great party and opted to celebrate with the closest relatives and friends at home. In the end we ended up celebrating this important occasion only by the three of us. There is a curfew in Hungary right now. I have a registered secondary address at their house, so I could visit them. My girlfriend stayed at home as we didn't want to get in the situation where we have to answer the questions of a police officer. It was a short visit, keeping distance (no hugs or whatsoever): we had a lunch in the garden, sat on the opposite sides of the table and I didn't touch anything on the table: if I wanted something my mother would serve me (like I was a child), to minimize the risk of transferring anything by touching by silverware. I drove, so I had to dispense with having a beer with my dad! That's the end of the World! - As we know it (referring to the song of the REM, a favourite band of mine.) - At least dad could have a beer during lunch to save the honour of men.
Taken at their terrace. Nikon D700, Nikon 24-70

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