Couple baking bread in their kitchen during Covid-19 lockdown.
Due to the pandemic situation, about 40 percent of Netherlands residents who were going on holiday last year did not leave the country, of course including us. Because of that, more and more people are trying new hobbies like making bread. Flour and yeast shortages had hit stores all over the country, and social media were full of photos with sourdough starters, and home bakers. From March 2020, Nijmegen. I started taking photos of our life the day after my partner starts to work from home in March. He works in a company that is located in Brabant, which is the 'hot point' of the Covid-19 in The Netherlands. Most of the companies there ordered work from home even before The Prime Minister, Mark Rutte may advised working from home. As Spanish living abroad, the whole situation has caused a big impact on our lives and our routines.
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