London in the Time of Coronavirus
Photographer Charles Ashton took to the near desserted streets, bridges and underground stations of London to take these images of the UK capital shortly before it was locked down due to the coronavirus pandemic COVID-19. We hope you enjoy his haunting series of photography : London in the Time of Coronavirus. Hopefully, the streets of London will return to their normal buzzing, vibrant selves before long.
London in the Time of Coronavirus by Charles Ashton.
Discover more of Charles’ amazing photography here. Charles has been a physician working for the NHS for over 30 years in Worcestershire. This helps him see the world from very differing view points. His aim as a street and travel photographer is to capture an empathetic slice of life with some emotion and impact in his images. He particularly enjoys monochrome photography. His influences are Brassai and Cartier-Bresson. He is a member of the Royal photographic society, and holds the photographic distinctions of ARPS, DPAGB and AFIAP.
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