However, truth be told, the queue gives me ample opportunity to snap away with the Ricoh GRIII, the beauty of which it’s so small and silent most people never seem to notice it.
It was also an early morning walk to Carshalton Park with Buddy – so was a lot quieter than the usual afternoon walk, but at least I got to snap a curious fox. Speaking of Buddy it’s nice to have the chance to be share him properly in these diaries, especially as he’s the main excuse for getting out each day. For once he was happy to wait around whilst I snapped him. A rare opportunity indeed!
So here are day seven’s snapshots, taken on Saturday 18 April 2020, in and around Wallington, London.
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Enjoy the snaps, and I’d love to hear from you in the comments below, either on the photos or about your own social distancing experiences. You can view all the Social Distancing Snapshot Diaries here.
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