10/12/20-10/16/20 Week In Photos

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  • The iconic Carlsbad sign illuminates the sky as night falls. As the sun began to set, the Carlsbad sign lit up the streets in the village.

    Photo by Maya Chinai

  • The girls volleyball team returns to campus for an open-gym in safe cohorts. This past week, many sports including volleyball, baseball, track and field and cross country have returned to campus for conditioning and practices.

    Photo Courtesy of Andrea Williams

  • A plane from Southwest Airlines flies into the San Diego International Airport. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, travellers are required to wear facial coverings for the entire duration of their flight, and middle seats are no longer available in order to practice social distancing in the air.

    Photo by Becca Petty

  • The village Starbucks Coffee Shop is all decked out for Halloween with custom, homemade decorations. Customers enjoyed their drinks as well as the fantastical decorations.

    Photo by Maya Chinai

  • A secluded section of the beach is highlighted by the beautiful scenery. People passing by got a glimpse of the breathtaking view.

    Photo by Maya Chinai

  • Carlsbad Beach residents enjoy the ocean view before the sun sets. They gazed at the sea before the tide crept up for night.

    Photo by Maya Chinai

  • Carlsbad citizens are enjoying the Carlsbad beach as it flourishes in the sunny and bright weather. Everyone was wearing a mask and staying safe while simultaneously having a good time.

    Photo by Maya Chinai

  • A group of people exit a plane at the San Diego International Airport. As of July 1, SAN has measures in place like increased signage, cleaning of high-traffic areas and seat separation near the boarding gates to slow the spread of COVID-19.

    Photo by Becca Petty

  • The Carlsbad Strawberry Field holds their annual pumpkin patch for the fall season. Families safely social distanced in the area while they picked out the perfect pumpkin.

    Photo by Gabby Mostamand

  • Tourists and members of the community are in line to purchase tickets before they are granted access into The Carlsbad Strawberry Field/Pumpkin Patch. Signs regarding COVID-19 rules and regulations are presented at the entrance so visitors can have a safe experience.

    Photo by Gabby Mostamand

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