The plastic sea of greenhouses seen from the top of a skyscraper which is just being built in El Ejido.
Subsaharians are mostly employed for the lowest salary possible.
Dry region on the coast of Andalusia supplies tomatoes, peppers and melons for half of the Europe.
Maghreb immigrant worker watching through the window in the green-house.
Immigrants live in very basic conditions, usually three and more persons in one room flat.
El Ejido is the centre of vegetable and fruit production for the Spanish market.
Moroccan immigrants mostly do not speak spanish because they do not leave their ghetto communities.
Illegal subsaharian immigrant building a greenhouse in El Ejido.
Maghreb immigrant worker hand-picks tomatoes in the green-house of El Ejido, Spain.