A passenger rests his eyes during a Red Line trip to Union Station.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Edward CondeLink
Looking up at the Southern California Gas Co. building about 6 a.m. one morning in downtown L.A.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tony DeSantisLink
Actors smile at their colleagues onstage at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Armineh HovanesianLink
A lily pond at Balboa Park.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kannan MuthuramanLink
Rob Rovira follows another mountain biker down a trail overlooking parts of the San Fernando Valley in La Tuna Canyon.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rob RoviraLink
A fenced-in mural on skid row.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Cindi KauffmanLink
A young girl catches up with some rafts blown away by the wind at Venice Beach.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matthew AllardLink
A statue of an Asian elephant placed at Dana Point by the Asian Elephant Foundation.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Terrell C. WoodsLink
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