Being in the throes of the pandemic and more than slightly risk-averse, our safe-cation in Petoskey consisted of significant crowd-dodging and scoping out outdoor patio seating from several blocks away prior to setting our course. As a result, we spent our time trying to hit the “popular spots” at low-traffic times, and take shots that deviated from the normal postcard “This is Petoskey” vein (although admittedly, we would be doing this even if there wasn’t a scary virus out there).
I took this shot on our first evening, walking along the pier in advance of the weekend tourists invading the next day. We encountered maybe a dozen people, everyone keeping a reasonable distance and mirroring the calm of the evening.
Shot on Panasonic DC-ZS70, ƒ/4.9, 1/100, 16.1mm, ISO80