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Etan Kinsella McLennan
Lockdown Loosens

Going on walks with my camera in hand is one of the few things that really helps me unwind. As lockdown loosened and it became increasingly legal to leave the house again, I relished in the opportunity to get back to my photo walks and capture moments of others also experiencing this renewed sense of freedom, from behind the lens.

These photos for me tell the stories of moments I want to remember. From the weekly gig that has been taking place on my road, to the sunny days in Crystal Palace Park and the symbols of solidarity for our non-white friends; these photos for me represent a sense of resilience and community, which has been all too important during this odd time. 



young girls dancing in the park
Young girls dancing in the park with their backs to the cameraboy skating boarding while a younger boy watches ontwo boys buying ice creams from an ice cream van. one boy looks at the camera, squinting.handmade black lives matter poster in the upstairs window of a housequite streets in London's city centre during lockdown, surrounded by tall buildingsgirl playing guitar in the middle of a residential street with parked cars behind her