MEMBERS of Knutsford Photographic Society have produced a series of unusual and compelling images to offer their perspective on life in lockdown.

We asked members how they have been passing their time since lockdown started 14 weeks ago.

Knutsford Guardian:

Carol Sparkes - window of hope

Knutsford’s streets were deserted and supermarkets had run out of essentials.

Still life photography became the norm, with flowers and musical instruments to hand.

Knutsford Guardian:

Margaret Lawless - bluebells

We see arrows directing and reminders of social distancing. Dogs became companions on even longer walks as we kept our exercise regime going.

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Bill Mccaig - clematis

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Karl Creaser - finished

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Tim Banks - from this slumber

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John Cridland - Lana

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Tim Banks - locked down in the woods

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Trevor Hosking - M6 in lockdown

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Margaret Lawless - mandolin

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Karl Creaser - no toilet paper

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Roger Hume - tulip art

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Bill Mccaig - white rose

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Roger Hume - tupil art framed