Cosmic Photo Challenge

Cosmic Photo Challenge: The World in Lockdown

This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: The World in Lockdown.

The first thing that came to mind was a small selection of photos from my various walks around the neighborhood during the lockdown in Ontario.


Cosmic Photo Challenge: From an Unusual Angle

Late March and the sky is already noticeably bluer with so little air traffic.


Silent Sunday: 3rd May 2020

Some colourful moss and lichen growing on a limestone boulder.


Silent Sunday:10th May 2020

Ivy growing up a tree trunk.


Cosmic Photo Challenge: The World in Lockdown

A sign of spring, new leaves starting to unfurl two days ago.


6 replies on “Cosmic Photo Challenge: The World in Lockdown”

Thanks Dale. The nearest I came to empty streets was the last photo that was taken at the edge of our side road. It was busy at the time, two neighbours were out for a walk while social distancing so the three of us took up most of the road when passing.

It’s a similar story around here. One reason I was walking on our side road at the weekend was because of the people who had appeared at their weekend place meaning that some of trails and paths were to busy.

Thanks Frank. Both shots are very light dependent. The boulder needs sunlight for the colours to pop and the Ivy changes a lot depending on time of day and quality of light.

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