BCCJ Members: Confronting Covid Photo Project

Written by Sam
March 5, 2021

Written by Sam
March 5, 2021

Amidst social distancing during the bubonic plague of 1666, some of Sir Isaac Newton’s most notable triumphs were realised, not least his theory of gravity. It may be ambitious to say that one day we will all be able to emerge from the pandemic with such groundbreaking revelations to share with the world, but in being out of step with our ordinary lives, we are all constantly turning over new discoveries and sides of ourselves on a more personal level. Whether that’s buying a kitten, bringing your work-station into the digital age, starting a vegetable patch, mastering chess or a musical instrument, or even taking some time to admire your closer surroundings, we can see a deeper level of appreciation of the lives we lead and decisions we make.

In acknowledging some of our newly adopted routines, hobbies and ways of working amidst the global pandemic, the BCCJ reached out to members to send in photos of their everyday lives, taken between 7th February and 21st February 2021. Here, we are delighted to share with you a collection of these photos…