Isolation #12

Times were when women would no doubt have taken their laundry to our local stream but it’s not done these days. That’s unfortunate as my washing machine has broken and a repair engineer is not deemed essential services so I must rely on door step collection and delivery drops from family member (hand washing and temperature checks in place) These are testing times but the Blackthorn is blossoming, I can still do light hand washing and so far all my family are well.

For as long as I'm well, am posting a pic a day to enhance these Covid-19 times of isolation and lockdown

Isolation #11

This photo has special memories for me; one early Spring break from London when Martin and I visited Harwich. Here a couple are looking over the inlet that divides Essex from Suffolk – a perfect picture of intimate isolation.

For as long as I'm well, am posting a pic a day to enhance these Covid-19 times of isolation and lockdown

Isolation #10

One of things I miss about Central London is being able to walk through empty streets and places at the weekend, with time to stop and stare. This alley is Chichester Rents, an ancient thoroughfare incorporated into a modern office development. I liked to walk through here to Lincoln’s Inn and homeward to Holborn, always attracted by the combination of natural and artificial light.

For as long as I'm well, am posting a pic a day to enhance these Covid-19 times of isolation and lockdown