My idea was to work on projects for several organizations at remote or very remote locations in southeastern California, Nevada and Utah. The idea was to provide a promotional diversion for those who could not personally experience attractive natural spaces during the shutdown. My subjects were varied, but I was able to follow the plan for imagery of remote natural landscapes in a variety of environments. Such conditions can make or break the chances for some good images. The advantages of being in remote locations have tradeoffs with some risks, but the risks, at least, were not those from an unseen malevolent disease.