Neither Trevor nor I had used Zoom before the pandemic hit (Steve had used it for work) and now it's pretty much a daily thing around here. When school went virtual, Trevor's teachers taught via Zoom. Weekly Scout meetings and monthly 'camp-ins' are on Zoom. Our church fellowship hour is on Zoom, immediately after the service (which is live on YouTube). Meetings for work and the various committees we're on take place via Zoom. We use Zoom to keep in touch and play games with friends and family.
When our extended families did calls via Zoom, we took screenshots. I used those to make this layout.
The top photo is my extended family, calling in from their homes in Idaho, Washington, and Oregon, plus us in California. The bottom photo is Steve's extended family, chatting from Texas, South Dakota, and Washington DC, in addition to California. Thank goodness for technology. I can't imagine going through this pandemic without seeing the faces of friends and family. It's not the same as seeing them in person, but it's the next best thing.