11/2/2020-11/6/2020 Week In Photos

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  • The beautiful sun disappears into the water at the Oceanside pier. While many Americans wait until the voting results, they spend time at the beach to relax with all the tension happening.

    Photo by Omar Venegas

  • A cloudy covered blue sky out this morning as November 1 is the time many Americans turn back their clocks to get darker nights and brighter mornings. This weekend a storm covered Carlsbad and left beautiful rain clouds and cold temperatures.

    Photo by Omar Venegas

  • Google reveals the current standings of the Electoral Votes for both candidates in the running for president. Ever since election day, students have anxiously refreshed their computers awaiting a final count.

    Photo by Morgan Mayorga

  • La Costa Coffee Roasting in Carlsbad sets a quiet and peaceful theme on this Friday evening. With students being stuck inside doing distance learning 2.0, many have turned to local Coffee Shops to work on homework as a way to get a change of scenery.

    Photo by Morgan Mayorga

  • This is one of the newly released Starbucks reusable seasonal cups for the 2020 holiday season. On November 6th, Starbucks held their annual offer of receiving a free red coffee cup with any holiday drink order.

    Photo by Morgan Mayorga

  • Neighboring Carlsbad Village and Tamarack Beach, the NRG Cabrillo Power Plant starts deconstruction on its controversial smokestack building this week. Attempts to classify the 400 foot tall structure as a historical landmark and reserve it as the county’s backup plant failed as NRG released their announcement.

    Photo by Jacob Fletcher

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