Well, here we go again, we are back in lockdown. We have been this way for a few weeks now. I am finding that when we go into lockdown I have a tendency to shut down. I live in my own little bubble in my part of the world.
It is an interesting concept and one that I spoke about in my last post. When you are in lockdown trying to work out what to do can be hard.
It really is feeling that way right now. We are, once again, in lockdown. No surprise really and I think I’m feeling a lot better about it than I did the last one. Mainly, I suspect because we have all been waiting for it.
It seemed appropriate for me this week to take a look back on the last 12 months and see how things have changed around here.
Summer is not a great time for the type of photography that I like doing, so it is important that I start making plans for that time and beyond.
I haven’t been anywhere much this last week so I thought I would take this opportunity for reposting Weekend Wanderings: Big Desert from 2015.
Today I am reposting an old post from a few years ago about Environmental Photography. This is a subject that I am very passionate about.
For Silent Sunday I thought we could look back on the photos I took when I did a boat cruise on the Gordon River in Tasmania.
Returning to the images from my trip to the USA in 2015 I thought looking at the photos from Monterey Bay Aquarium for Silent Sunday would be good.
It has been one of those weeks, so I thought for Weekend Wanderings I would repost the one I did of Docklands through a fisheye. Sometimes it is hard to get out.