Empty streets of Liverpool under lock down 2020

Published on Wed Apr 15, 2020 by

I spent a few hours wandering the streets of Liverpool the other day, documenting our strange times ...

Of course I kept my distance from people - to be honest that was fairly easy as the images below will show. Also I had my NUJ press pass with me, in case of any questions from the police.

Very sad to see a lot of businesses boarded up, I'm unsure it they are permanently closed, or just for the lock down. 

Liverpool lock down coronavirus 2020 images

UK covid 19 street photography

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Deserted city centre streets Liverpool

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World Musuem closed due to pandemic Liverpool 2020

Liverpool street photography

These and quite a few more are with photo agencies but of course available to licence directly from me - drop me a message. Thanks and stay safe.

 

 

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