Handball players take a break at the Belmont Shore handball courts.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jay AndersonLink
A monk visits the Huntington Gardens in San Marino.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: David FreidLink
Fans in costume as stormtroopers stand together at Anaheim Comic Con.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jason HardwickLink
Four tired-looking cousins after a Memorial Day barbecue.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andrew HowickLink
A house resting on blocks in Pico-Union.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andrew MurrLink
A globe casts a circular light pattern on attendees at the Lightning in a Bottle arts and music festival in Silverado.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kat ParryLink
A trumpeter performs on Hollywood Boulevard.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chris JacksonLink
A boy rides his tricycle on Melrose Avenue, just east of La Brea Avenue in West Hollywood.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jo MartinLink
Trees at the base of the Salton Sea, taken using Polaroid film that had been expired for more than a decade.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: LostlosangelesLink
A man dressed as the Tin Man walks Hollywood Boulevard.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Shawn NeeLink
A marriage proposal written in the sand in Huntington Beach.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jens LofgrenLink
Sean Scott uses several frames to make a triptych of his father.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sean ScottLink
More galleries on Frameworkreturn to gallery
Tuesday's Pictures in the News begins in Europe, where migrants protest at the Keleti railway station in Budapest, during the evacuation of the railway station by local police.... View Post»
Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins on the East Coast, where investigators were scouring the scene of a derailed Amtrak train in Philadelphia, searching for clues to the... View Post»
In Tuesday's Pictures in the News, Free Syrian Army fighters fire a rocket on government forces in Kafr Nboudah village in northern Syria. Nairobi, Kenya: Security personnel... View Post»
Every week, Framework brings you the best in visual journalism from around the world. In California, a manhunt continued for ex-LAPD officer Christopher Jordan Dorner, 33,... View Post»
Hundreds of massive sculptures and buildings constructed from ice blocks are on display at the 29th Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival being held in China’s... View Post»
Natalie Cole isn’t a victim of the struggling economy. She was poor before and is poor now. Hers is a story of entrenched poverty — a whirl of choices, challenges and chaos... View Post»
April 10, 2012, is the 50th anniversary of the opening of Dodger Stadium. The Los Angeles Times is going all out this weekend in celebration. So of course I decided to join the... View Post»
Tuesday's Pictures in the News begins in Russia, where the ruling United Russia Party celebrates victory in parliamentary elections at a rally in central Moscow. United Russia... View Post»
An ethereal image of the wispy, colorful aurora australis, or Southern Lights, taken from space begins our Pictures in the News journey today. In Athens, thousands march to... View Post»