landscape photography, Lock down 2020, Low light potography

Coping with lockdown

Aberdeenshire (as the sun was going down)

Hubby and myself often take short trips in the countryside or down by the coast (all within the home area of course) just to get out of the house for a while. Lockdown makes us feel ‘stir crazy’ some days and it’s nice to have a distraction for a little while.

We usually pack a picnic basket with a flask of hot chocolate or coffee along with a few choice goodies and look to park somewhere nice to enjoy our afternoon treat. It’s one of our ways of coping with lockdown.

How do you cope with lockdown? I’d be interested to hear. Please feel free to leave a note in the comments below.

Everyday life, Food photography, Low light potography

It’s beginning to feel a lot like ‘autumn’

I am such an autumn person. Give me a quiet cosy spot with a simple view of gorgeous trees with colourful leaves on a crisp September day, fluffy socks, a warm drink, and a good book and I will be in my glory.

Kaelin McKenna
Bushes bending in the wind outside in the garden
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