Life during COVID-19 has changed our day-to-day far more than anyone anticipated. Amid government-mandated shutdowns of nonessential business and the evacuation of schools and college campuses, social distancing has left many at home wondering what is going on outside of their doors.
Others still venture into the world dawning masks for protection, passing “take-out only” signs that flutter in restaurant windows along empty sidewalks. Throughout this pandemic, our photographers have captured Pittsburgh’s climate in this difficult time.
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Jay Manning is a visuals fellow at PublicSource. He also works as a freelance videographer and photographer in Pittsburgh. Hailing from South Carolina, he graduated in 2015 from Winthrop University with...
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