Just Above Sunset
May 30, 2004 - Photography













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Note: These are digital photographs I snapped using a Sony Mavica digital still camera (MVC-FD-88) with built-in digital zoom (telephoto).  Feel free to use them as you will.  If you use any of these photos for commercial purposes I assume you'll discuss that with me.  Note: These are thumbnail previews.  To see a full-size high-resolution version of a particular photograph click on the "thumbnail" image.  You will see the full image in a separate window.
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Good light in the park today…

 

Catalina on the horizon.  Everyone in Los Angeles likes knowing it’s out there, less than an hour away by the speedy cruisers that leave Los Angeles Harbor every hour.  Capri?  Not exactly, but close enough.

 

Just a few months ago this fat bird sits in a local palm tree and thinks about not much… and where is he today?

 

And let's try large format this week…

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From long ago…

 

Wires on Mulholland Drive…

 

Sunset in Los Angeles as seen from Mulholland Drive, way up in the Hollywood Hills.  There really is a city here.

 

Rocks.  Ocean.  Three of four miles south of LAX – in Palos Verdes…

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From last week's home page...
 

Disappointment outside my window….   This guy was is expecting a real flower and instead got a plastic bottle of tinted sugar water?   He's unhappy.

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