Favourite photo you're taken...

…during Covid times

This is, far and away, mine

50 Likes

M is the coolest, Scout.

I’m not sure I’d count this as my favourite (I’d have to think about that a bit harder), but I posted this one in one of the Brighton facebook groups, and it got 1500 likes

35 Likes

27 Likes

I think it’s this one of Keele Hall at night for me.

19 Likes

21 Likes

Christmas Eve, tiny best friend asleep in my hand :pleading_face: a really special memory that I’ll never forget.

20 Likes


This one, it means a lot to me, I made the jewellery in the picture, it came out just as I envisioned which is something I struggle with a lot, I have so many ideas but rarely the courage to see any of them through. Such is the life of someone crippled by anxiety :pensive:
Anyway on this day I went out with the intention of finding blossoms just like this, had waited for a day that had a blue sky just like this and everything turned out just like I’d hoped, it made me really happy :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

27 Likes

Possibly this one?

23 Likes

I’ve just realised I’ve lost about three months of photos (not backed up) from my phone :frowning: :frowning:

Pretty much only got photos of my gas and electric meters

2 Likes

Show me the best one

3 Likes

24 Likes

Mightve taken technically better photos but was proud of this portrait of some local kids

19 Likes

This was the first trip to the seaside after the lockdown eased slightly. It was the Thursday before the May half-term and we sprung a surprise on the girls and went to the beach, half an hour down the road from us, in the early evening. Got fish and chips and played around in the sea. We ended up at this beach a lot last year but my favourite was this first time.

(I’ve managed to find some of the pics I lost on a Whatsapp thread, so that’s good)

18 Likes

No, you’ll steal my identity. Or my gas meter’s identity.

1 Like

This mid-air photo of my daughter:

24 Likes

By no means a spectacular photo, but I took this on 23rd January this year. We were in week 3 of national lockdown (though some parts of the country had been in lockdown for much longer), 33,000 new cases reported on this day and winter was already feeling especially brutal. Seeing two people getting married on what had turned out to be a pleasant day weather-wise, well it made me feel happy and hopeful.

24 Likes

Birmingham. Birmingham. Smethwick.

24 Likes

Probably this one. That was a good day.

27 Likes

Did you know them? If not, it might be worth sticking a post up on your local reddit/next door to see if anyone can identify them to pass it on. Love seeing stories like that when the photo manages to find its way to the subjects