My goal is to send one photo as a postcard per day in 2013. Today is day 130 and I’m running low on people to send postcards to!
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Thanks and happy Friday!
what I love about Los Angeles. Random = win.
first off: pacific standard time presents modern architecture in l.a is up and running and certainly worth seeing, either in person or on the internetsmachine. here’s the link: pacificstandardtimepresents.org
secondly: i’m only including one picture in this update.
see, i was sitting outside and i was looking across the canyon and i noticed these three houses on the opposite ridge.
i see them everyday, but for some reason i was particularly struck by them today.
as you can see, there’s: a 1970’s castle, a spaceship, and an odd boxy modern house painted pink.
which is, all things considered, l.a architecture at it’s finest. or most random. or, subjectively, finest.
oh, and did i mention that there’s a mountain in the background?
and on the mountain you can find mountain lions and hikers and people riding horse’s in the middle of the city?
and people still think l.a is a terrible place?
a bizarre desert mountain beach suburban latino city filled with fantastically dysfunctional artists and musicians and writers?
a weird sprawling city where people sit in their backyards with their dogs and go on hiking dates when they’re not at the farmers market?
that sounds terrible? to whom, scrooge? dick cheney? pol pot?
oh, and people sometimes dismiss l.a for it’s sprawl, but as far as urban verbs are concerned isn’t ‘sprawl’ better than ‘sit’?
l.a might be a byzantine petri dish, but at least the things in petri dishes move around and do weird and interesting things.
My postcard project continues! Please check it out and sign up to receive a photo as a postcard. :)
postcard 67 of 365. sent to San Francisco, CA
“A River Runs Through It” 2012
A river? In Downtown Los Angeles? REALLY? Most visitors (and probably many people who live here) don’t know that there’s a river running through downtown. Heck, some people don’t even know LA HAS a downtown. It’s an amazing place to explore.
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Dance shot by @sedenny