I think I’m suffering from pandemic-induced weight-gain. I spent the first few months of the year cutting back on what I eat and had lost about 15lbs in weight before the lock-down was enforced. I’ve now seen my weight slowly creep back up and it’s now increased by maybe 4lbs.
My lifestyle hasn’t changed significantly since the introduction of the lock-down and, if anything, I’ve been going out for regular walks more frequently than before (although longer hikes have been curtailed). The problem is that I’m eating more, which I suspect is down to some underlying stress and anxiety about the pandemic.
This is clearly something I need to get a handle on – the thought of those months of dieting being wasted is not something I really want to deal with, so I think I’m going to have to start being properly strict with myself about it from now on.
Today’s photos are of The Hepworth gallery and were made back in March. Not everyone is a fan of the building’s brutalist architecture, but I like it and it offers a lot of possibilities for making photographs.
Canon Sure Shot Supreme & Ilford Delta 400.
Taken on 14 March 2020
2 thoughts on “Outside The Hepworth”
Brutalist architecture can be tough to stomach sometimes but I agree that it does provide some interesting photo opportunities. These are really nice!
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Thanks Christopher. It’s quite an irregular layout, with lots of angles, corners, slopes and openings. The concrete panels are also starting to weather a little too, which adds some interesting tones to what at first look like plain walls.