I have just shot my first doortrait since the end of the last lockdown. Wooly hats and jumpers instead of shorts and T-shirts this time. And instead of the harsh glare of sunlight to contend with, it is now freezing subjects on the doorstep and lens condensation. But it was worthwhile thanks to more generousContinue reading “New year, new strain”
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Young superheroes supporting the real ones in our hospitals. Lockdown can be tough for T-Rexes too.
Katy Jordan, is a photographer based in Winwick, Warrington: “Spring 2020….a season we will always remember. I have been documenting our time in ‘lockdown’ via images on my facebook page. I wanted to keep a diary to show my girls when they are older. The images have generated a huge amount of interest from clientsContinue reading “Warrington doortraits”
New life: lockdown babies
The fact that coronavirus largely spares the young is a mercy during this pandemic. One of the motivations for people donating to their local hospital is that their children were born there.
People often say Londoners don’t know their neighbours. That’s certainly not been my experience in the SW of the capital. Sometimes several families on one street are taking part in the fundraiser as word of mouth spreads. This family had just moved to England from Austin, TX as the lockdown was imposed (“Bad timing!”)