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All the new pandemic graves, 1

There were more new graves at this cemetery than I’d ever noticed before, surely a result of the 626 COVID deaths* in Lubbock.

I had a philosophical argument with myself over even making this image (and the two that will follow). It seemed intrusive in a way that my normal cemetery images don’t. But it also seemed historically important, also in a way that my regular cemetery images don’t.

History won.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 12.29.2020
Nathan Harvey, drone pilot

*As of 1.14.2021.

Decorative Panel

This? Just another empty storefront in a small town downtown.

Denver City, Texas
photographed 12.26.2020

Botanical Confusion

So. Much. Confusion.

Loop, Texas
photographed 12.26.2020

That seems sufficient

I really don’t think that I would want to stay in an RV in a cemetery more than three days, but evidently over-staying was enough of a problem that a sign was required.

Loop, Texas
photographed 12.26.2020


It’s easy to tell that the windows were filled in with brick. What’s not quite so easy to know, however, is why the one on the left was done differently from the other two.

But mysteries aren’t a bad thing, right?

Ashmore, Texas
photographed 12.26.2020

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