Being stuck at home may not be kind of occasion you'd hire a professional photographer to capture, but one Donald photographer thinks otherwise.
Zara Staples, of Green and Gold Photography, has been wandering her neighbourhood taking photos - from a safe distance - of families in their driveways.
The trend has kept several photographers occupied, from New York to Darwin, trying to capture life during the COVID-19 lock-down.
"It's a fun way to capture being stuck at home I suppose," Ms Staples said.
"It's not the prettiest location, having photos taken in the driveway, but they're turning out really well and it's been well received."
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She said families were finding creative ways to pass the time at home - including 'kayaking' and camping in the driveway.
"Everyone seems in good spirits at the moment. Everyone seems to be doing okay," she said.
However she admitted to missing the regular social contact people are used to in a small town.
"I've photographed a couple of people that I would usually see on a regular basis, it's just been uplifting to say a quick 'g'day' while I'm taking photos," she said.
After a teenage learner driver was issued a $1600 fine on the weekend in Melbourne's south east, Ms Staples said it had crossed her mind whether she'd be up for a similar fine if caught by police.
"I hope not, I'm incorporating it into my daily exercise. I've just done a driveway session, I walked there and I'm walking home," she said.
"It is something that's crossed my mind, I hope I'm not to expect any backlash over it.
"I'm keeping a very, very safe distance. The type of camera I'm using, I have a 300mm lens so I'm able to zoom right in.
"I could be up to 10 metres away taking photos."
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