Saturday, July 11, 2015

Annie from the Pasadena Archives

Pasadena -- Hub Cap Annie was a local fixture. I took this photo in 2009.

Friday, July 10, 2015

LA Firemen at Work

Los Angeles -- I was a block away, driving when I noticed a small plume of black smoke rising above a manufacturing plant. 

At first, I though it could be a diesel tractor starting up. I turned the corner to see a few workers running across the street, so I pulled over, grabbed my camera a credentials and run up to the back of the building. Moments later, the fire department pulled up and quickly extinguished the flame. 

Not much was damaged and no idea on how the fire was started. 

I remained at the sight, documenting the events as they happened. 


Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Dance and Performing Arts Medicine

Pasadena - Evergreen Physical Therapy Specialists.

I am currently working on a project with Evergreen PT, shooting photos for their new website.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Edible Plants in LA

Pasadena -- Visitors should be very cautious when discerning what plants in Los Angeles' Eaton Canyon are edible or not.

Earlier, we took a group of Boy Scouts out into the canyon to learn about and discover our local plants and their communities. Both Scouts and adults were amazed how many plants and berries are in fact good to eat.

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Color Run Selfies

Los Angeles -- A couple pose on stage for a selfie during the LA Color Run at Dodger Stadium.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Pretty Woman

Pasadena -- A patient I ran across during a photo shoot at a physical therapy office.

Friday, June 5, 2015

Shooter Shooting Shooter


Los Angeles -- The LA Arts District is a cauldron of creativity and film activity. Just today a film crew was filming (or shooting) a Nike ad, while another crew was setting up a scene to who-knows-what. While driving past all the activity, I noticed a tunnel below the 6th Street Bridge.

Curious, I turned in and followed the dark corridor toward the light at the end of the....(yeah). A homeless man was messing with his "Obama Phone"when I got out of my car and asked how he was doing. No response.

At the edge looking down was the Los Angeles River, crowned by deco bridge expanses and lined by old brick structures and rail cars.

On the floor of the river was a lone photographer shooting away at his clothing model. After popping off a few shots, I turn my vehicle around and headed back.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Looks Like Rain in LA

Los Angeles -- And the forecast calls for another chance of rain in LA. Ok, even though it's only a 10% chance, we Angelinos are still dreamers and full of hope. 

Monday, June 1, 2015

Pasadena Under Moonlight

Pasadena -- Given the right conditions, a quick hike up the mountain at night--and a full moon--can pay off in dividends. 

Fishing Santa Fe Dam

Irwindale is known in these parts more for it's speedway than fishing. Irwindale is also known for a half-dozen rock quarries, teaming with large mouth bass. Although the quarry lakes are fenced off and mostly illegal to fish, a few diehard LA anglers know the secret spots and mostly keep it that way.

Pictured above, however, is a boy fishing legally at Santa Fe Dam. It's at the end of the day, but the beginning of Summer -- almost.

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