A child runs past a mural on Brooks Avenue in Venice.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael AresLink
An empty Dodger Stadium, viewed from a helicopter during an aerial tour of Los Angeles.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Nancy DushkinLink
A pigeon in the background "photobombs" the photographer's image of the pigeon foreground in Pasadena.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kathy DegnerLink
A gap in a wall being demolished in Culver City.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Erin XavierLink
A woman walks through the light and shadows created by a skylight in Union Station.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Romeo DonezaLink
Monrovia's historic Santa Fe depot, captured on a Revueflex SD-1 SLR with cross-processed Fujichrome Velvia 50 slide film.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Justin JakobsonLink
A street vendor's stall in Chinatown.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Harry DatuLink
Mission Viejo Lake, seen at 6 a.m.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Alyssa HunterLink
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