Over the last 100 days of quarantine, lockdown, and state of emergency, I’ve been living in and photographing the southern city of Málaga in Spain. This article is part of a series of photography cataloging the changes to the city over this 100-day period. 

When I arrived in Málaga, it hummed with all the activity of a typical Spanish city. Tourists filled the narrow streets, cafes spilled out from the sidewalks, and sun worshipers flocked to the beach.

Three days later it was a ghost town.

It was a shock to the system to see these previously packed streets suddenly empty and muted. I took a series of photos during the first couple weeks which you can see here, and continued to take pictures throughout the lockdown.