The latest Photowalk is a little different–it’s a #Photowalk in the rain. Because let’s face it, Los Angeles looks better wet than dry, right? And it’s not always going to be beautiful and sunny outside. (Despite what the song says about it never raining in Southern California.) Sometimes it actually does rain and we can get some pretty cool shots. #Photowalk Los Angeles, scenes from a rare day in the rain, in Venice Beach. What do I like about “Snapping in the Rain?” I’m no
Photographing the elusive, hard to reach Hollywood sign in Los Angeles is not easy. Neighbors in the hillside district of Beachwood Canyon don’t want tourists traipsing up here, so city officials have done everything to keep people away. The Hollywood Sign, up close and person You will see signs telling you not to be here (but not true) and “no hiking,” signs which mean–don’t get off the path and hike to the H-O-L-L-Y-W-O-O-D letters. They don’t say you can’t take the Griffit
Manhattan Beach is the quintessential Los Angeles beach town, a little oasis tucked away from the big city.
We’re a small community of 35,000 folks, flanked by the Pacific ocean, and the theme everywhere is waves, water and an ocean breeze.
The average daily temperature is 72 degrees. What to do when visiting Manhattan Beach? It’s a question we get a lot. Stay tuned for some answers. In our latest post, we offer our suggestions on how to spend your day, centered, naturally,