Dew collecting on a sunroof after a heavy fog.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jeff MangheraLink
Customers browse through the racks at Amoeba Records.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Cyrena HillyardLink
Maestro Barry Brisk conducts the Beach Cities Symphony Orchestra in Redondo Beach.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Aydin PalabiyikogluLink
Car lights streak down the 405 Freeway in a long exposure, as seen from the Getty Center.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kelvin ChengLink
A pedestrian in Chinatown walks under overhead lights on a rare rainy night in L.A.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Salina CanizalesLink
A square piece of glass from a merchant's stand aligns perfectly with a passing sailboat in Venice Beach.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reynaldo ObreroLink
A group of sightseeing monks stops to take photos in front of the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Archie TuckerLink
A mural greets commuters at the entrance to the North Hollywood metro station.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jason MoskowitzLink
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