Lockdown photodiary – May 3
Anita is a documentary photographer based in Plymouth that explores the significance of place and land as a dimension of human life, encompassing themes of cultural and social experiences and identity.
May 3 in Lockdown
A walk along Mutley Plain. The signs on the shop doors show the closure of so many businesses that are not considered essential or staff are able to work from home
May 4 in Lockdown
A walk on the Hoe promenade. Signs that have appeared in all public spaces where people would usually gather
Small businesses trying to keep going in difficult financial times. Always reminders for people to stay apart
Before Covid 19 this would have been a busy place with people enjoying the space and scenic views from the Hoe
Even outside our homes it seems there is unintentional isolation
My teenager and dog getting their daily exercise
Unable to meet up with friends during lockdown, even more time is spent gaming and interacting online
Matthew talks of how life in Lockdown has affected him, his family and his work with Fotonow in the latest of Raman’s Covid Letters.
Anita reflects upon the early morning queues and “open” signs on her journey to work as Plymouth continues to emerge from Lockdown.
“Six months with years of events crammed in”