Abstract Los Angeles: Fences

Abstract Los Angeles is an ongoing collection of photographs as I wander about this sprawling metropolis.
Today’s installment is all about fences, because fences always remind me of The Far Side cartoon where the surburban father explains to his fence surrounded son that the bird song is territorial marking common to lower animals.
Fences always seem so necessary and sad at the same moment.
Or sad that they are necessary.

Links of chain hold back humans from entering a community garden just off the 101 freeway near downtown Los Angeles.

A fence guarding a wall; beautiful pointlessness.

Don’t forget to Believe, but what to believe is the question.

I wonder what number 203 is looking at, and why frowning so much.

The end is behind a chain link fence.
With a little barbed wire for good measure.

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