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Chardonnay

My friend Ehpem and I shared a house while we were taking a photography class at the Los Angeles Center for Photography; our walk between the house and the school took us past a liquor store, where we never did seen anything as photogenic as we hoped for. We were always pretty sure the cool stuff happened just after we’d passed.

This is the best thing I saw. And to clarify assumptions some of you may have made, that was not our castoff wine carton. We were drinking Scotch, thank you very much.

Wilcox Boulevard
Los Angeles, California
photographed 2.16.2017

The Traveler

On that same field trip to Union Station, I tried a few images with people in them. I was led astray by a number of my fellow students, who were accomplished street photographers. Peer pressure can be a terrible thing…

Union Station
Los Angeles, California
photographed 2.18.2017

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

If I ever needed you

I think this person probably sensed I was back there, taking pictures. It seemed like I was there for about an hour, waiting on just the right pose. I’m not saying this is the right pose; all I’d admit to is that it is a pose…

Union Station
Los Angeles, California
photographed 2.18.2017

The rhythm of the place

So, I concentrated on the top of the building, while my friend Ehpem was looking down lower. I guess between us, we had the place covered, photographically speaking.

(If you haven’t looked at Ehpem’s post, you really should. He got a creepy image at the theater.)

Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, California
photographed 2.17.2017

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