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PAGB Newsletter: Lockdown Photography

September 24, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
I was asked to write a short article by the PAGB (Photographic Alliance of Great Britain) summarising my lockdown photography and blogs. The article appeared on September 15th 2020 in e-news issue 266 pages 12-13, which you can read here.
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Lockdown Blog #5: Lockdown and Lockdown Easing

September 13, 2020  •  3 Comments
Scottish Government travel advice pandemic slogans on the A1 We are now several months into ‘lockdown easing’ *. However, new restrictions are beginning to come into force and who knows what things will be like in another few months. It seems an appropriate time to write what I think will be – though these are uncertain times - my last Lockdown Bl...
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Lockdown Blog #4: Lockdown Food

July 23, 2020  •  1 Comment
Even before lockdown on March 23 rd in the UK, the supermarket shelves were emptying. It was reminiscent of my first supermarket trip after being snowed in for 4 days during the Beast from the East in 2018 – when almost all of the aisles in the local Tesco were empty. This time, toilet rolls, tinned goods, pasta, flour and eggs were impossible to f...
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Lockdown Blog #3: Lockdown in Camptoun

July 12, 2020  •  2 Comments
As lockdown in Scotland enters Phase 3 with things returning to whatever the ‘new normal’ will be, it is timely to write my next blog about the community I live in and show some of the portraits I have taken to document how people here have managed during what must be the strangest period for all of us. Lorna and one of her three horses, Colin....
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Lockdown Blog #2: The Changing Landscape in Lockdown

June 26, 2020  •  1 Comment
Scotland followed the rest of the UK into lockdown on March 23 rd 2020. The weather then was still very cold and Spring was yet to arrive. As I write this in Summer, we have gone through three seasons during the Covid-19 pandemic. We wondered if there were more gulls around during ploughing and planting given the increased lack of food in coasta...
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