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These Photographers Captured What Nature Looks Like During Lockdown

Super nature.

Alexander McQueen has been embarking on a series of creative activities to engage its followers during the quarantine for six weeks now. This ‘McQueen Creators’ series included painting and embroidery – often using a look from the house’s archives as a starting point. For the latest installment this week, the brand wants us to be inspired by nature and immortalise that moment in a photo. To give an idea of what your isolation masterpieces can look like, the brand roped in 11 frequent collaborators and emerging talents from the field of photography, including famed Hong Kong photographer Wing Shya and name-on-the-rise Luo Yang, to interpret how they perceived nature with photos that were taken while on lockdown. Intrigued? Swipe above for a closer look.

London portrait and documentary photographer Adama Jalloh ditched his trademark black and white images for this image taken in Peckham, London
Italian fashion photographer Alice Schillaci who is known for her dreamy and imaginative works shot these images in Milan
Italian fashion photographer Alice Schillaci who is known for her dreamy and imaginative works shot these images in Milan
Italian fashion photographer Alice Schillaci who is known for her dreamy and imaginative works shot these images in Milan
London-based photographer Chloe Le Drezen captured this shot in Melbourne, Australia in her signature romantic style.
Known for incorporating nature in his works, London-based photographer Eddie Wrey shot this image in Berkshire, United Kingdom.
Lea Colombo, the London-based South African photographer known for her colour-drenched images, took these photos in Hackney, London.
Lea Colombo, the London-based South African photographer known for her colour-drenched images, took these photos in Hackney, London.
Dancer-turned-photographer Luis Alberto Rodriguez who is known for his poetic yet energetic images captured this photo in Berlin, Germany.
Italian-born Julia Noni is known for her bold and graphic fashion images.She captured this piece in Bourgeauville, France.
Hanna Moon is the Central Saint Martins-trained Korean photographer known for her playful and edgy works. This image was taken in Seoul.
Paris-based Virginie Khateeb, who is known for her black and white portraits, lensed these images in Hackney, London.
Paris-based Virginie Khateeb, who is known for her black and white portraits, lensed these images in Hackney, London.
Paris-based Virginie Khateeb, who is known for her black and white portraits, lensed these images in Hackney, London.
Part of the new wave of Chinese photographers, Shanghai-based Luo Yang shot this photo while in Bali, Indonesia.
The famed Hong Kong photographer Wing Shya captured this shot in Argentina.