Week 6 of lock down has been challenging for us all, as we start to realise that our route out is not as imminent as we had all hoped.  The same views, albeit beautiful, challenge me to come up with something different.  I am beginning to think, that my approach of working with  a theme for my images each week, may not be the best idea.  Perhaps a more pragmatic outlook of just taking a shot that interests me, might provide a better sense of my thoughts, moods and experiences during lock down?  For better or for worse, I decided to photograph the interesting patterns and shapes on the surface of the water outside our window.  In processing my images I chose the black and white, square format that I had used in Week 1, which seems so long ago.  As has been the case most weeks, I think the idea has some merit, but I am not necessarily sure, I am yet happy with the images or the processing decisions I have made.

Week 6 – Day 1 – Monday 20 April

Image a Day Project – Day 36 – Alison Price, April 2020

Week 6 – Day 2 – Tuesday 21 April

Image a Day Project – Day 37 – Alison Price, April 2020

Week 6 – Day 3 – Wednesday 22 April

Image a Day Project – Day 38 – Alison Price, April 2020

Week 6 – Day 4 – Thursday 23 April

Image a Day Project – Day 39 – Alison Price, April 2020

Week 6 – Day 5 – Friday 24 April

Image a Day Project – Day 40 – Alison Price, April 2020

Week 6 – Day 6 – Saturday 25 April

Image a Day Project – Day 41 – Alison Price, April 2020

Week 7 – Day 7 – Sunday 26 April

Image a Day Project – Day 42 – Alison Price, April 2020

Alison Price

Alison Price

My name is Alison Price and for the past ten years I have travelled the world photographing wildlife, including Alaska, Antarctica, Borneo, Botswana, the Canadian Arctic, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
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