After two years of continuous travel, photographer Wesley Verhoeve found himself stuck in a place he’d never been before. For the first 5 months of the pandemic, a small but beautiful suburban neighbourhood in Vancouver became his home. Over the course of 123 daily photo walks between April 4th and August 5th, 2020 Verhoeve snapped 34,194 photos. 307 hours of walking (1230km).
Notice is the direct result of slowing down and paying attention. The book can be pre-ordered here.