Quaranzine: Issue 6 May 20, 2020 Quaranzine is a collection of creative works from the community that documents how we responded to this strange time we find ourselves in. Previous Issues Issue 1 Issue 2 Issue 3 Issue 4 Issue 5 Click on the image to see it full size. K.K., Leonardtown, “Sunset Over the Potomac” – This photo was taken on March 17th and at that time little did we know how much our lives were about to change. Despite the craziness in this world, I am grateful for simple things like beautiful sunsets over the Potomac River. Eli Grossman, Leonardtown, “Scorpion” – Eli, age 9, made a scorpion out of recycled materials Frank Roth, Waldorf, “Rising from the Gray” – Edited Rhododendron bloom after the previous rain. Edited to show the beauty of the new bloom rising up from the grayness. Essentially how are lives will rise up from the gray that currently envelopes us as a world. Aicy Karbstein, Leonardtown, “Summertime on the Farm” – Our local farm in Leonardtown, Maryland, USA, view from Breton Bay during summertime. I painted it during the COVID-19 pandemic, while in isolation. Kendall Carpenter, California, “Portrait of Morgan” – I drew this from a picture of one of my very best friends. She is beautiful to me. Bernard Matus, Leonardtown, “Mystical Stone Circle” – While traveling in Ireland we saw this ancient rock circle. Using graphic tools I created this image to portray the mystery and spiritual power of the image.