During the Coronavirus lockdown this year, I wasn’t able to meet up with some of my creative friends as I usually would have, and I’m sure many of you found yourselves in the same situation.
Pre-lockdown myself and two friends used to set ourselves creative challenges such as working with paper or drawing, and then we’d show our creations to each other after a dinner shared at home, or over coffee and a chat in town.
We were badly in need of a creative boost, so we came up with the great idea to have a remote challenge, and the activity we chose was photography. I love taking photos with my phone when I’m out and about on my walks and so I was excited to take part.
We each came up with a different theme to photograph over the course of three weeks and the three photography prompts were concrete, pattern and ‘doesn’t go there’.
I’m not a photography expert, but I really enjoyed this challenge and here are my photos: