People across Manitoba are practicing social distancing and self-isolation to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Winnipeg photographer Alicia Thwaites has launched a personal project to capture it, one photo at a time.
“Art always unites people. It’s something that everyone can relate to and this was a unique way to capture these kinds of unprecedented times that everyone is going through right now,” she said.
So far, Thwaites has captured about a dozen family sessions with a list of about 15 more to go.
On Tuesday afternoon, Thwaites captured Brittany Jastrzebski’s kids through their Transcona home windows.
“We haven’t been getting into dress-up clothes and doing our hair and stuff. So when I had contacted Alicia that was my goal that today we were going to dress up and have fun with it, it made us feel a little normal — like we had somewhere to be.”
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