A photographer is capturing life in the age of coronavirus, snapping photos of Wagga families outside their front doors for posterity.
Carynda Brennan started the Wagga Wagga Front Door Project over the weekend to give families a memento to remember the time when entire world was thrust into self-isolation.
Miss Brennan said many of the families she'd photographed were going through tough times, but were still capable of mustering a bright smile for the camera.
"I think it's great people are finding ways to be positive in this pandemic - you've got to look at the positives," Miss Brennan said.
"This is a reason to get out of your pyjamas, get dressed up, and get your photo taken."
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Mum Bronwyn Barry and her children Charlotte and Tobias decided to wear casual clothes for their photo shoot, and Mrs Barry said she hoped to look back on this day as nothing more than an unpleasant memory.
"I hope it'll be a long-gone memory by then," Mrs Barry said.
"Hopefully we never have to go through this again."
Mrs Barry plans to spend the intervening time scrubbing the walls, painting, and finally getting around to those chores that need doing.
Her daughter Charlotte who "lives on TikTok" plans to while away the hours chatting with friends on social media.
Tobias will be relishing the school holidays while it lasts, saying he wasn't looking forward to going back to those "boring" Zoom lessons in a hurry.
Miss Brennan said she would be spending a lot of quality time with her family, whenever she wasn't going around town snapping photos.
"I live with my mum and my dad and my brother, so I have my family," Miss Brennan said.
"I'm very lucky."