On Friday, any and all anticipation and fears of an Isla Vista Halloween of unprecedented rambunctiousness were washed away by heavy rain.
One more day of Halloween weekend to go.
Photo Credits: Anna Kodelashvili, Will Tran
The torrential downpour of rain caught Halloween revelers with their pants down–in the case of this man, literally. Photo by Anna Kodelashvili
A man carries a hamper full of clothes (foreground) out of a beached sailboat on the shores of Isla Vista. Photo by Will Tran
Big branches of a tree fell near the restaurants of Pita Pit and Naan Stop between Trigo and Seville roads on Embarcadero del Mar. Photo by Anna Kodelashvili
A Bane casually strolls past a police barricade, apparently thirsty for some coke. Photo by Anna Kodelashvili
First aid stations were set up in Isla Vista to treat potential patients. Photo by Will Tran
There were few persons on the streets during the downpour on Friday. Del Playa Drive was so empty that police officers closed up the barricades blocking the street, allowing traffic to flow on the drive. Photo by Will Tran
Siavash Ghadiri is a senior biopsychology student at UCSB, and the current Photo Editor of The Daily Nexus.
His love for the art began with enrollment in a 35mm darkroom photography class at Fairfax High School in Los Angeles, California. His experience crosses many niches, including street photography, landscape photography, portrait photography, music photography, and photojournalism.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.