Coronavirus has changed the way we see things. A once bustling and vibrant city has been replaced by scenes of closed buildings, lonely streets and sure emptiness.
The visuals are more abstract after the sun goes down. It’s eerie, it’s empty, it’s surreal.
Los Angeles Times photographer Luis Sinco explores the Southland and its changing landscape.
Light and lines
Sheltering in place
Location, location, location
These are some of the unusual new scenes across the Southland during the coronavirus outbreak.
Social and physical distancing have restricted normal gatherings. But here are a few workarounds.
The perils of parenting through a pandemic
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