An abandoned cement factory in the desert outside Niland. Cross-processed negative film.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: "Lostlosangeles"Link
A one-handed guitarist plays on Hollywood Boulevard near Vine Street.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Zach WhitfordLink
The double yellow lines on the road converge toward the desert horizon in this image taken at Joshua Tree National Park on Sept. 19, 2010.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mert TurkogluLink
The Watts Towers reflected in a street puddle on Feb. 20.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Justin JakobsonLink
People watchers set up their vantage points on Spring Street to watch CicLAvia bicyclists on April 10.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jodie Mae CalderonLink
A child on a swing at Santa Monica Beach on April 8. Taken with a Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim, a plastic toy camera.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Greg StonebrakerLink
Notes carved into the bamboo trees at the Japanese Garden at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Royce R.Link
Jacob Moss launches himself down a set of stairs at Pitzer College in Claremont on April 15.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Will ClarkLink
Quinn Killick looks over Newbury Park from a vantage point in the Santa Monica Mountains. Taken with a Mamiya 7 and Portra NC film.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Randall PhenningLink
Metro riders wait for the train at the Hollywood & Highland station on April 2.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Candice MontgomeryLink
A tender moment captured at the Blessing of the Animals on Olvera Street on April 23
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Greg LillyLink
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