Postcards from Home by Graeme Williams

Once the initial confusion of Covid lockdown had passed, I became aware of what I was missing. Pre-Covid-19, I had regularly undertaken photographic road trips. In 2019, I embarked on a trip around the southwestern part of the USA and, by December, I was already envisioning my next trip to the northeastern USA. The arrival of Covid, however, compelled me to press the pause button. One of my early lockdown, self-assigned tasks was to research my intended trip using Google Earth Pro. After a time, I looked through my reference images and realised that they shared a distinctive mood and feel, not dissimilar to the images that I would have sought, had I actually been there. My process of online ‘looking’ was also comparable. While cyber photographing, I was confronted by very similar obstructions and technical frustrations to those that I experienced during actual photographing. In addition, the Street View...

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