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Downtown Los Angeles
Fun with architecture
Posted Thu 8 November 2007
Shot May 2007
26 images
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Back in May I hit the pavement of downtown Los Angeles with my camera to play around with architecture and whatever else I might happen upon. To make things a bit more interesting, I decided to limit myself to vertical frame orientations. Three hours and several miles of tired feet later, I'd shot a bit over 300 images and crossed the entirety of the central downtown area several times over. What you see here is a selection of 26 of my favorite images from the expedition. Some straight forward stuff and some stuff that's a bit more experimental...
Skyline Reflections
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Softened Lines
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Corner
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Emerald Columns
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Blue Wall
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Girls Dance
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Escapist Graffiti
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Orpheum
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Split Reflection
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Columns of Reflection
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Softened Windows
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Angeled Glass
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Parking Glass
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Wall of Sky and Metal
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Skyline in Glass
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Drifting Metal
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