Light appears to shine from a girl's forehead in an illusion created by this double-exposure, or two images taken on the same frame of film, shot at the Getty Museum.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: "Jimmay Bones"Link
A tree, apparently unscathed by the 28,000-acre Springs fire, in the Santa Monica Mountains.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sandeep KumarLink
Dancers perform in the Djanbazian Dance Academy's annual concert in the Glendale High School auditorium.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Armineh HovanesianLink
Fire trucks pass by on Las Posas Road in Pt. Mugu after the Camarillo fires.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Albert VallesLink
A Western Scrub-Jay snacks on a sunflower seed in the photographer's Glendale backyard.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kristina KrauseLink
Dew sparkles on a leaf at UCLA.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Stan PaulLink
A high school instructor gets hit in the face with a pie at a fundraiser at the Hollywood Bowl.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Neil FitzpatrickLink
This image of Tommy's Original World Famous Hamburgers was made by first taking a picture with a Canon S90, importing the photo into Instagram, where it was cropped and filtered, then emailing the image to Impossible Project NYC, which used an Impossible Project Instant Lab to make a Polaroid of the digital. The resulting Polaroid was then mailed back to the photographer, a scan of which can be seen above.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toby HancockLink
Henry Nakamura, a Korean War veteran, poses for a portrait during a Memoral Day observance in Evergreen Cemetery in East L.A.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Steve SaldivarLink
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