Documenting life indoors has been my main mission lately. For contrast, I also wanted to capture life beyond these walls. Yes these photos are the obvious changes, but they are also what daily life has become.
I noticed a supermarket employee not wearing gloves at the weekend and several weeks ago, I felt alarmed seeing the opposite. Social distancing, masks and public health warnings have become the new normal and experiencing this shift in just a few weeks is surreal.
The seagulls think we’ve all gone bonkers. Hilariously, this one walked from one side of the crossing to the other.
Plenty of Swedish people are living cautiously. Others are living life as though we’re not in the middle of a global pandemic! It’s interesting to watch.
Dangerous risk of infection.
Scientist: You can become immune to corona.
Nobody knows how long the effect lasts.
Henrik, 44, tested: is infectious.
Distance measuring stickers are stuck to the floors at tills, queueing points, in shop aisles and near escalators. Signs in the street remind you to stay 2 metres apart from other people and wash your hands.
Call the neighbour.
Take care of each other.
Keep your distance but stay connected.
Hi! Wait here when the queue is longer than 3 people. Thanks.
Strange times we live in at the moment!