One of my new year's resolutions for 2020 was to make one new abstract photograph per day. I gave each image a title, which with hindsight made some kind of (sometimes obscure) commentary about my state of mind on any particular day.
Looking back about a year and a half later, the 48 images taken during the first UK lockdown seem to me to form a kind of mental diary, reminding me of a particularly peculiar time in (everyone's) life.
I couldn't have known it at the start of 2020, but the combination of abstract visuals and disconnected text fragments now seems to have perfectly captured the strange mood of the time between 25th March and 10th May.
(to see an image title, hover over or tap the image)