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Everyone experienced Lockdown differently, and the same.
We had highs and lows.
We lost an uncle who was close to us and also had my Mum shielding so we couldn't see her as much as we would have liked. My dad had also passed away a few months before lockdown so my Mum and our family were also struggling with our loss.
We did find some benefits to the lockdown. I had so much more time to spend with my wife and our daughter. We walked a lot more and ate and drank a little too much. The loss of our freedom was replaced with the gain of our freedom. We could not go anywhere but we got to explore our immediate surroundings that much more and that gave us a different kind of freedom and escapism from the troubles around us and around the world. The confusion, chaos, peace, freedom, relief, claustrophobia, self doubt, anxiety, depression, hilarity, love, hate, loss have all contributed to my photography whilst in lockdown. Here I have showcased some of my photos that hopefully put across the feelings I had at the time of taking them. Some are dark and were taken whilst I was not in a good place whereas some others that are dark were when I was at my most jolly. If you are reading this, thank you, and we've got through it. Spread some happiness and be kind to yourself and others. - Ross.
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