“Bad Day,” is a book created by the DC Street Photography Collective as a fitting ode to the year that was 2020, and, really, to bad days that fall in all years and throughout our lives. In the book’s introduction, Tom Mullins notes, “Bad days are parenthetical – set aside to remind you of how good you’ve got it on other days, assuming you can convince yourself the other days are qualitatively better. Bad days break up the routine and shove your nose up against the window to help you recalibrate your understanding of the potential consequences of just being alive. Maybe some opportunities, but usually not.”
With this book, maybe you can get through your day a little easier knowing someone out there is probably having one that’s worse.