Last week I took the train to the historic city of Chester here in the North West UK. It was the first time i had been on public transport since lockdown begun in late March so i was keen to see what, if anything, had changed. Sadly i was rather perturbed by the lack of … Continue reading Chester by train, on a wet summers day.
I suffer with anxiety a lot. Worrying about anything and everything. "Will the car start ?" "Am i ill ?" "What if this happens ?" "How do i avoid danger ?" Fighting it with rational thought takes energy, lots of it. Hence i am always tired which makes me think i'm ill. And so the … Continue reading What does panic feel like ? and how can you cope with it.
Sunday July 12 2020 Despite lack of people i did manage to get a few decent shots in Chester on Thursday. This time of year the City would normally be full of tourists. Instead its still relatively quiet. The images were all shot at slow shutter speeds to give them movements, then post processed in … Continue reading Arty street photography
Friday July 10th 2020 As the UK eases its way out of lockdown a lot of people naively seem to think we are back to normal. Just because pubs are open and you are back to work doesn't mean everywhere is safe. Covid 19 is still killing around 700 people a week in the UK. … Continue reading Coronavirus has not gone away
Thursday July 9th 2020 The rest of my images from yesterdays stroll around Liverpool Football clubs ground. A bit more abstract this time. The Hillsborough Memorial Everton & Liverpool, red or blue, doesn't matter. The Hillsborough Memorial. The Anfield Road entrance. Anfield Rd The Shankly Gates on Anfield Rd The great Kenny Dalglish The Kenny … Continue reading Anfield part 2
Wednesday July 8th 2020 The famous Kop from Walton Breck Rd I only work a mile away from Anfield yet it is somewhere i haven't walked around for quite a while. Certainly not since the new stand was finished. So today, in lockdown day 107 or something, i decided to go and photograph the old … Continue reading A walk round Anfield Stadium, home of Premiership Winners 2020, Liverpool FC.
Tuesday July 7th 2020 Back in work yesterday and it gave me the chance to photograph some of the banners outside houses. Surprisingly very few houses have anything but those that do make a statement.
So we’ve reached day 100 in lockdown. What a milestone. If anybody had told us on March 23rd that we’d still be in lockdown on July 1st there would have been mass hysteria. Its been a long slog and we’re nowhere near the end yet. I remember waking up each morning in the early days … Continue reading How to celebrate 100 days in lockdown