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The Window Arrangement

Last winter I took a class at the Los Angeles Center for Photography, and it included a field trip to shoot at Union Station. On the way in to the main part of the station, I spotted this lovely, and random, assortment of stuff in a window.

Union Station
Los Angeles, California
photographed 2.18.2017

Cab ride, in the rain


On the cab ride to the airport the other day, I realized that I’ve had lots of missed opportunities to take photos from back seats of cabs over the years. It just never occurred to me.

Maybe you wish I hadn’t thought about this time either…

somewhere along the freeway
Los Angeles, California
photographed 2.20.2017

The night game


The thing is that I don’t really consider myself a fan of baseball. I don’t keep up with teams or standings or scandals or anything like that.

But, for some reason, I love to go to baseball games.

When I travel during the baseball season (defined in my mind as the “just before it gets really hot until sometime in the fall”), and I am going to a city with a team (major league, or minor: I don’t care), I will always look at the schedule to see if I can catch a game. So, I’ve seen games in Seattle, San Francisco, Kansas City, Arlington, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Albuquerque, Round Rock (Texas), and probably a few others that I don’t remember just now.

And so, on a spare night in Los Angeles, it was the Dodgers v. the Giants. It was a lovely evening, as we watched the two teams battle it out. When I wasn’t watching the game, I was playing with my camera and watching the falling light play across the concrete stadium. It was a lovely night.

Oh, and the Dodgers won.

Dodger Stadium
Los Angeles, California

photographed 6.25.2013

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