Heaton Park Manchester
Heaton Park Manchester
Piccadilly Gardens Fountain
Piccadilly Gardens Fountain
God Adores You, Manchester Pride
God Adores You, Manchester Pride
Manchester Street Photogrpahy
Manchester Street Photogrpahy
Two Doors in and Orange Wall
Two Doors in and Orange Wall
Back for Seconds, Seagull Devon
Back for Seconds, Seagull Devon
Ice Cream, Devon
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Salford Cyberpunk
Salford Cyberpunk
Manchester Pride Rugby Kiss
Manchester Pride Rugby Kiss
Manchester Fire Station
Manchester Fire Station
Manchester Pride Orange Pan
Manchester Pride Orange Pan
Train at Night
Train at Night
Twins with Moustache
Twins with Moustache
Manchester Street Bsuker
Manchester Street Bsuker
Manchester Church and Street
Manchester Church and Street
Manchester Pride Portrait
Manchester Pride Portrait
New York Taxi in Manchester
New York Taxi in Manchester
Salford Quays
Salford Quays
Piccadilly Street Vendors
Piccadilly Street Vendors
Piccadilly Gardens Wall
Piccadilly Gardens Wall
Market Street Manchester Buskers
Market Street Manchester Buskers
Heaton Park
Heaton Park
Heaton Park
Heaton Park
Manchester Central Library
Manchester Central Library
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
Manchester Pride portrait
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We Clapped, So It's All OK
The national lockdowns in2020 lead to the weekly Clap for the NHS. A tribal act intended to unite and elevate the risk and struggle of front-line workers, with the goal of influencing the general population to follow the restrictions. Instead we saw a symbol followed for fear of public ostracisation and the true individual action of littering and abandoning the guidelines.
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Square Mile
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