I noticed these Welcome Swallows (Hirundo neoxena) nesting under the covered pavement near our local shops. The adults were very busy feeding the chicks - which were only a few days of fledging - and the passers by were busy asking me what I was photographing!
The combination of the light from the florescent tube and the shadow under the roof were a bit of a nightmare really, and I should have taken more shots with flash, which is not be preferred lighting source.
Anyway, I got some shots when the adults were on the nest, but I have had to do more post-processing than normal of these shots (I think you can tell).
The other welcome news from this part of the world is that some of pour lockdown restriction will end tonight - and (with a bit of luck) even more will be relaxed in two weeks. Which means I will be able to go walking and birding in areas that are not distinctly urban!
Stay well, and don't forget to link up to WBW! SM