Covid has pretty much put a stop to my photography this year as I have hardly left the house since March. Fortunately, I’ve been able to work from home and we’ve managed to keep the Hitchin Camera Club meetings going on-line using Google Meet.

Here are a few of the photographs that I have managed to take over the course of 2020:

February – a trip out to Letchworth on a sunny Saturday afternoon, with no knowledge of what was to come a few weeks later.

In the Arcade, Letchworth – I always like the strong lines and graphic shapes here.
Looking up – a triptych of images from a structure in the Kennedy Gardens, Letchworth.
April and a month into Lockdown – this was in our garden.
May – a socially distanced walk through the village “nature reserve”.
July – back in the garden, this grasshopper was making a meal of our Japanese Maple!
August – my wife had a hospital appointment in Bedford. Covid restrictions meant that I couldn’t go in with her so I took a socially-distanced walk along the river while I waited for the phone call to go & pick her up.
Still in Bedford – this lady was rowing hard!
A Bedford Swan
September – this dragonfly visited our garden.
December – morning dew on a Passion flower in the garden.
Finally – A project we had for one of our on-line camera club meetings was to reproduce a famous work of art. This is my interpretation of Picasso’s “The Old Guitarist”. (See here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Old_Guitarist)

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