2020 was a year in history. In years to come there will be children in a classroom learning about the SARS-CoV-2 global pandemic, and how countries dealt with it during and after. They will be learning about its effect on countries and communities; economies and employment. But, as I write this, I am living through it all - which I suppose makes me a part of that story.
I knew that bookings would be slow, I had my COVID working policy worked out quite early on, but it has been no surprise that working with all the restrictions has been problematic. I am fortunate that my work is mainly based outside, and can be with just one other person, so I can still get out there and take photographs.
But the world keeps spinning, so what am I doing right now? Well apart from a botched attempt at homeschooling my daughters I am still having to care for our horse and pony combo. I’m sincerely hoping that the vaccinations being rolled out will mean that a more normal spring/summer and I can start seeing people again. Until then I’m off to get knee deep in mud… again.