A man poses for a portrait while, in the background, a boy looks into a window.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Alveraz RicardezLink
A man seems deep in thought in Union Station.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: John M. BoylanLink
The arc of a tunnel on Mt. Hollywood Drive creates a nice frame for Griffith Observatory in this double-exposure. A double-exposure is made by exposing the same frame twice, causing one image to appear superimposed over another.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Laura RudichLink
A close-up shot of a ladybug hiding in a grill in the photographer's backyard.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ric BerrymanLink
A wooden mask stands near the Korean Friendship Bell at Angels Gate Park in San Pedro.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Javier CliftLink
A young boy peeps over the wall while running in and out of the girls' locker room.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: David Patrick ValeraLink
A young beachgoer at Huntington Beach hesitates at the edge of the water.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Graham DavisLink
Skateboarder Jeff Thisted carves a pool at the Venice Skatepark.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Steve StehleyLink
A sticker stuck to the pavement on the Santa Monica Pier reads "Home Street Home."
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Theresa SolisLink
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