The Zen of Unsure Things
Ouch, that's a bright building. Good thing those hipsters are wearing shades.
Just noticed something - I think you may have the first photo ever of Banksy. Caught in the act too!
I can't top Bellis.
Ooh aah, love the bright contrast
Bellis, your Banksy joke made me make that embarrassing snorting noise. Many thanks.
Parking in rear? kind of racy
I didn't even see Banksy until I put the picture up on the computer screen. He's already been photographed, though. I wasn't the first:http://toxicsandwich.blogspot.com/2010/12/banksy-identity-unmasked.html
Ooh, I like the yellows! Very cheering and very Southern California somehow:)
This is one of my "stopped in traffic" shots. The guy leaning against the building, facing us, is a model and this is a fashion shoot. Cahuenga at Melrose.
Banksy looks so ordinary in that photo. I imagined a young grungy guy with dreadlocks. No wonder he gets away with his guerilla art, no-one would notice him.
Good one, Bellis. :)Interesting shot; could lead to a story. And a bright yellow building!
If you're not blinded by the building (or the incredible beauty of the models, ; and you manage to get by the guy holding what I can only describe as what looks like the marital aid my British former mother-in-law gave me when I got married and said "try this to help you get thru the tough times dearie"; and you make it past the dueling ladders, you *might* have a chance of parking it in the rear.
humnn. after "...models" it was supposed to say " (cough cough, this IS LA);
What a very eye-catching building!
This is one of the things to love about Hollywood.
Fun photo! I like the guy on the left who matches the building.
I wonder how he managed that.There's so much going on here that I didn't notice when I snapped the picture. Yellow. Photo shoot. Snap.
What's an eye-burning, quasi Art Deco pawn shop doing in a nice place like metro LA?
Really, Bob. Of all places
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