I live a few blocks from a University campus that was mostly deserted when the pandemic sent the students home to study online. It was therefore much safer than the bike trail for an older person to walk around and get some exercise while isolating at home. As I roamed around, I started to notice intimate details of the campus that I would never have noticed otherwise. I found I was attracted to geometric forms and line, colors, shadow patterns, and reflections. The images I collected on campus seemed to be an outward manifestation of an interior landscape that became more important and interesting to me as the pandemic kept me from socializing with family and friends. I came to regard these more abstract images a better reflection of my true self than the more conventional images my family prefers.