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January: "A Batman Moment" on Hollywood Boulevard

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Maureen Bond

February: "This lady asked me for money, so I asked her for a picture and she said, 'Do you want me to stick my tongue out?' I said, 'Sure.'" -- photographer Donte Tidwell

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Donte Tidwell

March: A woman admiring the architecture of Walt Disney Concert Hall -- the Frank Gehry-designed home of the L.A. Philharmonic.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Richard Luu

April: Metro riders wait for the train at the Hollywood & Highland station on April 2.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Candice Montgomery

May: A masked wrestler takes a swig of tequila outside a lucha libre ring in Santa Monica on May 5.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Greg Keating

June: Four tired-looking cousins after a Memorial Day barbecue.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andrew Howick

July: Wrinkles crisscross the face of a homeless man on Santa Monica Pier.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mehdi Bouqua

August: A polaroid of Los Angeles City Hall. The crack in the frame is due to a manufacturing flaw in a batch of Impossible Project Black Frame PX 600 UV+ film that would leave sections of an image undeveloped.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toby Hancock

September: LAPD officers detain a man dressed as SpongeBob SquarePants in front of the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Steve Boelhouwer

October: Hikers huddle under a U.S. flag in the Mojave National Preserve

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Lloyd

November: Channel Islands High School senior Joey Sunia, left, and junior Martin Macias embrace after losing to Santa Monica High School, 28-20, in the first round of the CIF Southern Section playoffs Nov. 18 at Corsair Field in Santa Monica.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Yanow

December: A shoe dangles from an overhead wire with downtown L.A. silhouetted in the background, taken from Echo Park.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jimmay Bones

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365 days, 365 photos. Over the course of the year we’ve made a lot of new friends and seen a lot of great photography. Above are the 12 photos that struck us as our favorites from each month. From Batman playing with some dogs in the back of a truck in Hollywood, to a tequila-swigging luchadora, to the Mojave National Preserve, images came from across Southern California. And who could forget the photo of SpongeBob SquarePants getting arrested?

We complete our favorite picks for the year with the classic image of shoes hanging from telephone wire, with downtown Los Angeles in the background. We’re not ending here though. With the success of our first year, we’re continuing Southern California Moments and adding a Facebook page to make it easier to discuss and submit photos, and talk about upcoming events and anything else our readers come up with.

Thank you for making Southern California Moments a success in 2011, and we’ll see you in the new year.

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