Pandemicton

By Jeff Day

“I ran through Edmonton between March 19 and May 6 taking photos. I call my photography ‘runtography,’ as I shoot while I’m running with a DSLR I carry in a backpack. Besides the pandemic, the weather was also abnormal. It was quite cold for spring. Even for here.” —Jeff Day

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