Moving Back Home

Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 19mm, f/5.6, 1/400 sec, ISO200
“Moving Out” Houston, 2020

Today I drove down to Houston to pick up my son from college. As with most schools, Rice is closing the dormitories and is moving all of its classes to an online format. We are fortunate that Bay’s school is close enough to reach by car (3 hours) so we could move all his things back home. For the students who need to fly home, it’s very complicated. Many had already flown home for Spring Break, and will now have to fly back to move out. In order to make it easier, the university has PODS set up by the dorms for the students to store the thing they will not take back home.

Bay’s stuff fit into the back of my car (with no room to spare!) and the trip was uneventful. But being on-campus was an eerie experience. There were only a couple of other people moving out at the same time, and they were somber and quiet. Of course we have to practice social distancing as well, so it’s a forced, awkward situation all around. Still, a college campus should be full of life and excitement, but instead was kind of a ghost town.😞

Here are a couple of more photos from the drive. Today was kind of like entering into a new kind of reality, which I suppose is the way it truly is. Take care, everyone!

Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 19mm, f/5.6, 1/900 sec, ISO200
“Approaching the City” Houston, 2020
Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 19mm, f/2, 1/32000 sec, ISO200
“Light Beams” HWY 290, 2020
Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 19mm, f/2, 1/18000 sec, ISO200
“Storm Clouds” HWY 290, 2020

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