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A Bend Photographer's Mission to Document Resiliency, from the Sidewalk

*New Images! - Locals share their stories and pose for photos during the pandemic

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Many family owned businesses are torn between doing what's right and doing what's necessary to keep their business from flatlining. Most are trying to find the balance between keeping their business somewhat active and closing down. This is the where the challenge lies.

Bend photographer Megan Baker reached out to a few families and small businesses to see how coronavirus pandemic is affecting their lives. She is going to share a little bit from each session she's done, and will continue to safely document the sessions moving forward. Feel free to send her an email.

mbphotographybend@gmail.com
oregonhawaiiphotographer.com


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Megan Baker

Megan Baker is a Bend-based photographer. Find her work on Instagram at @mbphotographybend or on the web at www.oregonhawaiiphotographer.com.

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