"During a wet day in downtown Los Angeles, my camera lens fogged up from the rain and so this shot was out of focus," Mehdi Bouqua said of this image. "Except for a man crossing the street with a big umbrella covering him."
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mehdi BouquaLink
An early morning view from Century City by Maureen Bond.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Maureen BondLink
A magician spins cards through his fingers at the Magic Castle in Hollywood in this image by Daniel Schaefer.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Daniel SchaeferLink
A street performer dressed as Spock from "Star Trek" stands on Hollywood Boulevard in this image by Chris Jackson.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chris JacksonLink
Dude, a Xoloitzquintle (Mexican hairless) mixed dog catches some air running in his Hawaiian shirt at Conejo Creek dog park in Thousand Oaks in this image by Rick Roman.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rick RomanLink
A puppeteer performs for a crowd in downtown L.A. in this image by Jonathan Olivares.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jonathan OlivaresLink
An Oscar statue sits still covered in plastic on the eve of the 84th Academy Awards in this image by Toby Hancock.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toby HancockLink
An old bus in Venice reflects the colors of the sky at sunset in this image by Betto Rodrigues.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Betto RodriguesLink
A couple kisses in downtown L.A.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rinzi RuizLink
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