A young woman on Hollywood Boulevard stares back at the camera.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mark RosalesLink
A man walks out from under the shadows created by scaffolding on the sidewalk on North Broadway in downtown L.A.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dana BarsuhnLink
The Watts Towers on East 107th Street. The towers were built by Simon Rodia between 1921 and 1954 and the tallest of the structures, pictured here, reaches nearly 100 feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toby HancockLink
Looking straight up a building into the morning fog in Los Angeles. One light from inside can be seen during the early morning hours.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Stan PaulLink
A bicyclist on the Greenway Trail in Whittier reaches a concrete island.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael AresLink
A basketball is frozen mid-air, creating a "will they or won't they?" moment at the Angels Gate Recreation Center in San Pedro.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Amparo RiosLink
The Indian tradition of Holi is celebrated at the Festival of Colors in Norwalk. This festival marks the beginning of spring by throwing colors — here, a mixture of food dyes and cornstarch — into the air.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Greg JacobsLink
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