City lights on Sunset Boulevard.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: CLC PhotoLink
High and low tech meet in an exchange of information near the Metro Red Line entrance in downtown Los Angeles.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reggie NormanLink
Beachgoers in Venice as the tide recedes.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Richard RisembergLink
The earth and sky are refracted in drops of water near Santa Clarita.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Elaine Shengya HuLink
LAPD officers detain a man dressed as SpongeBob SquarePants in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Steve BoelhouwerLink
A pedestrian walks by a person dressed as Superman on Hollywood Boulevard.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Greg LillyLink
Howard Fang tests out 3-D glasses on his dog, Astro.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Howard FangLink
Chad Hutson's son, Tyce, pauses to look at his shadow during his first visit to Disneyland.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chad HutsonLink
A athlete prepares to start the Los Angeles Triathlon.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael YanowLink
Handball players compete on a court in Venice.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chi Fai ChowLink
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