“This is a time of extreme dissonance. We’ve all been affected by this pandemic, but we’re also all experiencing it differently. We asked 29 photographers around the world to tell us what their experience amid the pandemic looks like at a specific time of day — 3 p.m. — and their answers offered a revealing glimpse into the changing lives of artists.”
In Puerto Rico we have some of the strictest quarantine laws of any US territory or state including a curfew from 7pm-5am and during the day only supermarkets, doctors offices, and banks are open.
Access to nature is restricted and those of us who don't have patios, large plots of land, or balconies have almost no access to direct sunlight or the outdoors. The few moments my partner, José Luis López, and I spend outdoors are to do laundry or take a quick sunbath.
Gabriella N. Báez for Refinery29