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December 2019 Photography

High Drama: The skies shouldn’t be this dramatic, but they are, in west Los Angeles, as the year draws to a close. Look up. That’s where the action is. ~ Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Winter’s Edge: The edge of winter at the edge of Griffith Park at the edge of Hollywood, the hidden dell and just the quiet of the season, and this will do for now. ~ Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Street Decisions: There’s a new figure at Melrose and Spaulding, a cartoonish fellow trying to decide between love and money. But the street is full of odd characters, reflecting odd decisions. Keep walking. This is a dangerous place. ~ Monday, December 9, 2019

The Winter Rain: A cactus garden and a rose garden side-by-side in Beverly Hills in the slow steady rain, winter begins in Southern California. ~ Saturday, December 7, 2019

Universal Rain: Light rain at the Crossroads of the World – 6671 Sunset Boulevard – Robert V. Derrah, 1936 – built as “the world’s first modern shopping center” – a big Streamline Moderne ocean liner sailing the world, surrounded by Spanish Colonial, Tudor, Moorish and all sorts of little shops – with the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, from 1928, next door. This is one of the oddest places in Los Angeles. But the rain softens things and it all begins to make sense. ~ Friday, December 6, 2019

The Unnatural World: It was just a shortcut, a right onto Washington Boulevard to get to Venice Beach a bit faster. But that’s the Culver City Arts District. It was a bit frightening. This was not the natural world. ~ Thursday, December 5, 2019

The Old Days: Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument 427 – Cloverdale Manor, 364 South Cloverdale at Fourth Street in the Wilshire District – designed in 1930 by Clarence J. Smale. Smale liked it so much he decided to live here. The penthouse used to be Fred Astaire’s dance studio. But those days are long gone. The days are darker now. And everything gets old, particularly in this curious neighborhood. ~ Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Electric Skies: West Los Angeles, Adams at Genesee, the towers of power – the skies are electric between storms here. ~ Monday, December 2, 2019

That Corner: It’s just two museums and a bank, but Wilshire and Fairfax is endlessly fascinating. It’s a perpetual light-show. ~ Monday, December 2, 2019


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