Park Ranger Richard Sowry was out on patrol on Wednesday when he snapped a pride sleeping on a road which would normally be busy with tourists.
This is one of the fall outs of the lockdown. No sporting actions and so the pitches are resting and some of the venues have since been converted to either isolation centres or a depot for medical equipment to fight the ravaging coronavirus.
No businesses and no flying and tourism and so many hotels are practically closed and the planes you see flying could either be evacuating citizens from one country to another or simply conveying medical materials.
Even national parks have been locked like other wildlife parks since 25 March as part of the coronavirus lockdown.
Certainly the ranger’s photo speaks volume and reminds you of the track by Bob Marley and the wailers, when the cat is away, the mouse will play”
Only recently a “dirty” couple was caught having sex openly at the St James Park and had to be warned and told to go and sin no more by patrol officers on horseback.
The lockdown has been for many a new experience even the animals appear to know that the music has changed and the dance steps have equally changed. Humans are in lockdown while they are now the ones enjoying freedom.
How long will this last? Some say only the scientists and researchers can tell, but many say only God knows.