January: "A Batman Moment" on Hollywood Boulevard
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Maureen BondLink
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 TidwellLink
March: A woman admiring the architecture of Walt Disney Concert Hall -- the Frank Gehry-designed home of the L.A. Philharmonic.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Richard LuuLink
April: Metro riders wait for the train at the Hollywood & Highland station on April 2.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Candice MontgomeryLink
May: A masked wrestler takes a swig of tequila outside a lucha libre ring in Santa Monica on May 5.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Greg KeatingLink
June: Four tired-looking cousins after a Memorial Day barbecue.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andrew HowickLink
July: Wrinkles crisscross the face of a homeless man on Santa Monica Pier.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mehdi BouquaLink
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 HancockLink
September: LAPD officers detain a man dressed as SpongeBob SquarePants in front of the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Steve BoelhouwerLink
October: Hikers huddle under a U.S. flag in the Mojave National Preserve
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael LloydLink
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 YanowLink
December: A shoe dangles from an overhead wire with downtown L.A. silhouetted in the background, taken from Echo Park.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jimmay BonesLink
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