Historic England wants to record our collective experience in these extraordinary times, spark a conversation about identity and its connection to history and place, and help people navigate their way through with reflection, expression and creativity.
For one week, starting Wednesday 29 April, EH are asking artists and members of the public to submit photos to express their feelings and record their experience of one week in lock down. From rainbows in windows to star jumps on balconies, show us what lockdown means to you.
They are also commissioning ten artists who will give them five pictures across the week. These 50 images will be paired with 50 of the most inspiring, evocative and informative, and be held in our Archive as a permanent record of this historic time.
You can find more on the website here: https://historicengland.org.uk/get-involved/picturing-lockdown/
The picture below is the Great Brook at 6.36am on 23 April 2020 by E Anstee.