Framework

Capturing the world through photography, video and multimedia

City lights on Sunset Boulevard.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CLC Photo

High and low tech meet in an exchange of information near the Metro Red Line entrance in downtown Los Angeles.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reggie Norman

Beachgoers in Venice as the tide recedes.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Richard Risemberg

The earth and sky are refracted in drops of water near Santa Clarita.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Elaine Shengya Hu

LAPD officers detain a man dressed as SpongeBob SquarePants in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Steve Boelhouwer

A pedestrian walks by a person dressed as Superman on Hollywood Boulevard.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Greg Lilly

Howard Fang tests out 3-D glasses on his dog, Astro.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Howard Fang

Chad Hutson's son, Tyce, pauses to look at his shadow during his first visit to Disneyland.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chad Hutson

A athlete prepares to start the Los Angeles Triathlon.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Yanow

Handball players compete on a court in Venice.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chi Fai Chow

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When we saw Steve Boelhouwer’s photograph of SpongeBob SquarePants being detained by police on Hollywood Boulevard, we thought, “Man, how funny is that?” and chose it as our Southern California Moment for Sept. 14.

Reporter Andrew Blankstein thought it was pretty funny, too, and called up the LAPD to ask if there had been any incidents reported involving someone in a SpongeBob costume. The next day, the photo had exploded across the Web and TMZ.com had posted a video of the scene.

This was, no doubt, a photo that made the month. It captured one of those surreal moments that prove you never know when that memorable image or decisive moment will appear. And although you might possess a camera rig that costs thousands of dollars, the best camera is always the one you have on you.

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