A man sits in a cafe in downtown Los Angeles.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dana BarsuhnLink
The Bill of Rights tall ship sails the waters off of Marina del Rey. The ship, a replica of a 19th century gaff topsail schooner, sailed from Oxnard on May 15 to participate in a boat show as well as educational programs.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Anders DahlLink
"I noticed these two kids running back and forth around the pool area," photographer Romeo Doneza said of this image. "I immediately positioned my camera at a low level and set it to high speed to freeze the moment."
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Romeo DonezaLink
Community members celebrate the Leimert Park Art Walk's second anniversary
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sahra SulaimanLink
Hot air balloons are lighted up at night during the "Balloon Glow" at the first night of the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival at Lake Skinner in Winchester.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Diane TrimbleLink
"A homemade lens filter made from paper solar-eclipse sunglasses and black construction paper" is used to shoot the Transit of Venus between the Earth and the sun on June 5.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jolyne L. HarrisLink
A Hi-Spy Viewing Machine at Griffith Observatory
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Edward CondeLink
A wooden Clint Eastwood, the work of a local artist, watches over the 2 Freeway.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: John DreyerLink
Asher Bradshaw performs a trick at the Polar Bear Pool Jam amateur skateboarding competition at Venice Skatepark.Link
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