Even idiots are allowed opinions. These days are difficult for us street photographers. There's nobody about. Well, thats technically not true, there are a few, but with most people observing lockdown measures it does make the art somewhat difficult. Never mind. So with layered clothing and gloves i had a walk around New Brighton today … Continue reading Street photography in deserted streets on lockdown day 330.
Todays post is a bit more upbeat, back to normal. Pics & stories not politics and opinions, although that will re-surface as this is all part of how photography is guiding me through an anxious world. Anyway, a few days ago, to ease the frustration of living in what felt like captivity, my wife and … Continue reading Hidden Victorian Gardens and Zoo
This is a few street photography pictures i have managed to take this winter. New Brighton 18th January 2021 Comments always welcome. Stay safe.
June 9th 2020 Lockdown Day 78 I have been monitoring the local data since this pandemic took hold in March and can report that new cases of coronavirus on the Wirral are now only 2 a day, from a daily peak of 68 on April 10th. This has been a fairly stable figure for over … Continue reading Covic cases dramatically falling locally
Monday April 27, Lockdown Day 35. Tomorrow we start week 6 of the lockdown. In some ways its gone quick for me. Mainly because i've kept busy & to a routine. Every lunchtime i go out with my camera, as you followers know, and i try my best to document my local area. Something rather … Continue reading Lockdown Day 35 – high street panoramas.
I love gardening. Most people who know me know that. But today i ran out of compost right at the time that my veg and flowers need re-potting. Luckily a garden centre within a few miles of me is still open for business and they are selling in a very unique way. Over the phone … Continue reading Today in Lockdown – Day 30 – Wed April 22nd – keeping local businesses going.
Empty streets, empty motorways. My lunchtime walk today took me in the direction of my local motorway, normally a hotbed of activity. And i'm pleased to report that it was virtually empty. So were the streets and lanes i walked down despite the unseasonably high temperatures. Hopefully the Governments measures are starting to be listened … Continue reading Life behind the lockdown – post 2