COVID pandemic has entered India in the last week of March. It has changed our way of living. It has different phases, lockdown 1, 2, and 3, then unlock phases. Photographing these while maintaining social distancing and taking all precautions.
Lockdown started with some activities like igniting lanterns to remove darkness and negativity and induce positivity, also to encourage COVID warriors, like doctors, nurses, police and health workers, and all others, then we can see people activities and inactivities in lockdown.
You can see in these photos moments of lockdown like sleeping with newspaper on the face, daughter cutting hair of father as hair cutting salons were closed, some reading newspaper behind bars, watching TV serial Ramayana, people maintaining social distancing, shops showing models with masks on the face, traffic police catching bike riders roaming unnecessarily, market scenes in COVID, and COVID patients, their agony, dropping oxygen denoted by monitors, their inability to breath, enabling them to sit in bed, treating doctors and nurses.
About Dashawatar Bade
I am DR. Dashawatar G. Bade, pediatrician, I am a hobby photographer, started photography in 2013, I have started with Nikon D7000, then Nikon D610, and now I am using Nikon D850. I am interested in photographing Indian culture, architecture, and lifestyle. I am a member of the KAPA photography group. I have achieved AFIP n AFIAP distinctions, also awarded in SIPA annual awards.
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