Updated: Aug 20
Where I live has been under relatively strict lockdown conditions for over two months now, and the end isn't in sight. This does put limits on what can be done with photography, specifically, I cannot go further than walking distance from my home.
I have found myself revisiting some of the old places; places I've seen a hundred times before. While familiar, these places are never exactly the same twice; there is always a different perspective, the light is forever changing. It has been interesting, the process of looking again at the familiar, to see things I may have missed.
In any one moment, our attention can only expand so far, our perception can only encompass so much.
How can anyone become bored in this life? Even in times like these?