Photography is a great craft/art to practice during this time of social isolation. You can do it solo, inside or out. Good images can be just about everywhere - it's a matter of how you see them. Try looking around your house and actively seeing like a photographer. Make a bunch of images that you would never have made before. Look for textures and colour, shapes and lines. Hold things up to the light. Move around objects so that the light falls on them from different directions. Become child-like and play! It's not about making something remarkable, it's about practicing seeing. This is a bottle of dish soap held in front of a window.
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