Each month as the pandemic rages on we are publishing an extra article that consists of photos made by members of the Street Photography Magazine community that reflect how it affects their lives and those around them. This article is available for free outside out paywall.
All photographers are welcome to submit photos to be considered for publication. See this article about how to do it.
Unclear by Dave Cremin
This is a photograph from a period of uncertainty in March where people didn’t know which way the now pandemic was going. As things are still unclear I think this photo fits the current narrative really well.
This photo is part of an album called COVID-19 in Cork.
America is Not In Service by Thomas Backus
This was taken at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport on March 28, 2020. I knew the airport would be empty, but nothing had prepared me for what I saw. As I walked past the check-in desks, all the kiosks simply said, “Not In Service.” I immediately thought to myself, “America is not in Service.”
Hold the Line Protest by Randall Roberts
Corona Mood by Chris Facey
Safety Twins by Richard Marquardt
Neighbours by Einar Eliassen
A Day To Remember by Kevin Icabales
Looks like a normal day after the government decided an “Enhanced Community Quarantine”.