Manchester during Covid-19 #Stayhome – photo gallery

1st April 2020

The outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) currently sees Manchester in state of reduced sociality and partial quarantine alongside many major towns and cities worldwide; some of which are currently under regimented isolation. Across the globe these are unconventional and challenging times we are all confronted with.

The following images were taken during this period in the United Kingdom showing examples of the current situation in the quiet streets of the city centre of Manchester – These photographs were captured mid-day on Friday 27th of March 2020 showcasing some of Manchesters’ more iconic landmarks including Victoria train station, Market street Arndale entrance, Deansgate, Sinclairs Oyster Bar, the Northern Quarter and Piccadilly Gardens.

Deansgate looking towards The Hilton Hotel – 1/125 sec at f/11, ISO 80 – 24mm

Sinclairs Oyster Bar (Exchange Square) – 1/125 sec at f/11, ISO 80 – 24mm

Victoria train station – 1/80 sec at f/10, ISO 125 – 24mm

Thomas Street (The Northern Quarter) – 1/100 sec at f/14, ISO 80 – 24mm

Piccadilly Gardens – 1/14 sec at f/18, ISO 80 – 40mm

Market Street tram platform – 1/40 sec at f/14, ISO 80 – 24mm

Market Street (Manchester Arndale entrance) – 1/30 sec at f/18, ISO 80 – 24mm

Church Street & Afflecks Palace (The Northern Quarter) – 1/100 sec at f/14, ISO 80 – 44mm


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