By Erin E. Williams
Special to The Washington Post
Travel photos aren’t just about where we have visited. When it seems like the pandemic has shrunk our world to our living rooms, they reflect what makes travel important, whether that means experiencing far-flung destinations or sharing time with family and friends.
Living far from my loved ones, every picture I take with them is a travel photo: trips to visit them, visits from them and vacations we enjoy together. I have no idea when I’ll see them, so photos remind me of their presence and help me envision creating new memories with them again.
Only one barrier stands between this comfort and me: my filing system. I haven’t as much organized photos as squirreled multiple libraries and backups into nooks and crannies on my computer, two external drives…