Many talk about the vibrant, lively nature of Menorca. A town within it, Los Delfines, is catered to British tourism; it acts as a haven to holiday goers, the area designed specifically for them. Summer brings the influx, but as the seasons change so does the landscape. The project is taken in mid October, and shows what the town is really like when tourism isn’t the focus. Using portraiture and landscapes combined with observational shots of the unusually quiet town, the pictures attempt to show the people whose lives must continue even after the tourists have gone. These images explore what gets left behind.