Powerful aftershocks from Saturday’s 8.8 Chile earthquake continue to rock the country, but the capital, Santiago, is calm as people cautiously begin to move on with their lives.

One day after Chile was struck by its worst earthquake in half a century – a massive 8.8 tremblor – the streets of the capital, Santiago, are mostly quiet.

This is normal for a city not known for its early risers. Still, this is hardly any given Sunday for Santiago’s approximately 6 million residents, who are cautiously beginning to move on with their lives.

Electricity is still out in isolated sectors of the city, where several bridges, highways, and other vital infrastructure, including the international airport, suffered significant damage in Saturday morning’s 8.8-magnitude quake.