An orb weaver spider spins a honeybee into a cocoon in Glendale.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kristina KrauseLink
An art installation in the desert near Niland.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Neil KremerLink
Four men in luchadora masks walk together at the Muertomania event in Lincoln Heights.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Salina CanizalesLink
A man lights a cigarette in Studio City.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rinzi RuizLink
Goalie Chelsea Wilson of Rio Hondo College plays in a water polo match at Santa Monica College.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael YanowLink
A tired Occupy L.A. protester sits in front of her laptop.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mikey WallyLink
A bride waits for her groom to remove her garter at the Queen Mary in Long Beach.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Donte TidwellLink
Taken through a reflecting mirror at Brewery Arts Complex, an artist-in-residence community in downtown Los Angeles.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Cindi KauffmanLink
Hikers huddle under an American flag in the Mojave National Preserve.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael LloydLink
Looking up from the North Hollywood Metro station
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Romeo DonezaLink
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