Posts Tagged ‘mural’

Los Angeles Street Art [Fragment 10]

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Oh, the things people put on the walls of Los Angeles.

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Street Art: The Grandest Mural in Los Angeles

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I found the greatest mural in Los Angeles. Or, at least, one that made me smile. Before clicking below, there are two things: It is huge. Be patient while it is opening. and it tells a story, the greatest story on earth, but… the story goes from right to left. If possible, close your eyes, […]

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Los Angeles Street Art [Fragment 9]

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There is so much beautiful, weird and wonderful street art in Los Angeles.

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 8]

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 6]

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Abstract Los Angeles: Face [Fragment 22]

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Abstract Los Angeles is wandering about the streets of Los Angeles, looking, seeing and clicking. Today’s installment is about the face, a rendered face, in paint, bronze and plastic.

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Abstract San Diego Photographs: Lost Chicano Park

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Last year I wandered about Chicano Park in San Diego. It is a beautiful park, and I took some photographs. Then I went home and found out it’s history. I wrote the story up here. There was only one problem, I had too many photographs. They did not fit with the article, so they became […]

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Abstract Los Angeles: Face [Fragment 13]

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Abstract Los Angeles is an on-going collection of photographs taken as I wander about this sprawling metropolis.   On Lake, in Pasadena, a women opens her mouth in invitation. The hollow invitation of advertising, with spikes to keep out intruders. Hidden in the Rock City Railroad Yard, just off Hollywood Blvd., sits a room stuffed […]

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San Diego’s Chicano Park: History in Murals and Concrete

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     I went to San Diego’s Chicano Park to see the beautiful murals. What I found is a park that is beautiful, but not in the way parks are traditionally beautiful. Its beauty is not in huge expanses of rolling hills like Los Angeles’ Griffith Park, or disappear-from-the-city beauty like New York’s Central Park.      […]

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San Francisco Abstract: Extra [Fragment 6]

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At intermittent times, when visiting and wandering about the city of San Francisco, little pieces of the city show themselves to my lens. Today is all about the pieces that don’t fit into a neat category. A bicycle with bumper sticker ‘Tax the Rich’ attached to a parking meter, south of Market, San Francisco. ‘Jews […]

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San Francisco Abstract: On The Wall [Fragment 1]

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At intermittent times, when visiting and wandering about the city of San Francisco, little pieces of the city show themselves to my camera lens. Today’s installment is about pieces placed on walls, from murals, to stickers to spray paint, randomly placed around the city. On a wall, just off Lower Haight, a mural with limbs […]

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 3]

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  Left over from the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. Mama, I’m Hungry Hollywood Blvd.   Hollywood Blvd.

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