Since the global quarantine, I am working on a photo project called ‘lockdown’. I try to take a picture every day to portray what’s happening in the world.

This is the first month of the new world and my photography project.

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Quarantine day 1

Quarantine day 2: Children have to stop seeing their friends

Quarantine day 3: Media tells us it will be over soon

Quarantine day 4: Borders are closed

Quarantine day 5: Bars are closed, so we must drink at home

Quarantine day 6: The word on the street is that toilet paper is the cure

Quarantine day 7: Paper hunt

Quarantine day 8: We have to protect the older people from hoarders

Quarantine day 9: The ‘lucky’ ones don’t die alone

Quarantine day 10: People start to take matters into their own hands

Quarantine day 11: The loneliest people are getting even lonelier

Quarantine day 12: Drinking with friends is just not the same anymore

Quarantine day 13: We have to make hard choices: sand or newspaper. No happy ending whatsoever

Quarantine day 14: The poorest people are getting even poorer

Quarantine day 15: Stay home and break the chain

Quarantine day 16: There was a time seeing friends was natural… now, it’s just a memory

Quarantine day 17: We created this virus

Quarantine day 18: People abandon their animals out of fear

Quarantine day 19: The helpless people are getting more helpless

Quarantine day 20: Insta-models start losing their job

Quarantine day 21: Family portraits in 2020

Quarantine day 22: Parents miss school the most

Quarantine day 23: Half of the crops will be unharvested

Quarantine day 24: One piece after another, we tend to lose ourselves

Quarantine day 25: Every newspaper tells us the same thing: the world is burning

Quarantine day 26: People think we are halfway

Quarantine day 27: We are not the same anymore

Quarantine day 28: People fade to a vague memory from the past

Quarantine day 29: For some people, the mask is their new face

Quarantine day 30: Paper King

Quarantine day 31: 1 month later. We are still separated from our loved ones