See how Washington changed in Joe Biden’s first 100 days as president
Starting on the day Joe Biden took office, veteran photographer Stephen Voss roamed the halls and streets of D.C. to capture the strangeness of life in Washington at the dawn of a new presidential era.
A city that voted overwhelmingly for Biden and his running mate, Vice President Kamala Harris, embraced the new occupants of the White House. But after a year of Covid and the Capitol insurrection, a feeling of fatigue and, often, quiet hung over the capital, before a sense of normalcy slowly started to return.
As Biden puts his stamp on the presidency, his presidency is also putting its stamp on Washington. Here’s what it looks like so far.