Spring in Lockdown
While national lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic has brought a stop to much of the country, it hasn't stopped the natural world and the changing of seasons. The days are getting the longer, the weather's getting dryer and the temperature is going up. With the country on lockdown, I am spending all of the Easter at home instead of at my university accommodation. This has given me many more opportunities for wildlife photography, and I have spent the past few evenings trying to shoot the local wildlife during the golden hour. I hope to upload my photos over the next few weeks, the first of which shows a wren hopefully hanging around a compost heap.
8/6/2020 01:07:33 am
This lockdown has taken a huge toll on me. I do not want to stay locked in my house forever. There are lots of things that I want to do and I am not able to pursue them. If you ask me, it is only a matter of time before everything falls into its place. I am going to have to work on how I can manage the time that I have. I want to make the most out of my time while in lockdown.
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