Sunday, November 23, 2008

Bus Stop On Pico Blvd.

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There's still time to vote for "Sidewalk in East L.A."

10 comments:

ainur said...

As a supporter of public transport, I wish "car-nation" was only a flower.
But empty bus stops are fascinating, regardless of the implications.

Petrea said...

I support public transportation, too. But I couldn't sit and wait there. No, no, not at night, not alone.

Marek said...

Very nice minimal photo with an idea, my congrat :)

Tash said...

In early 70's, at 13 I visited a friend in Eagle Rock. Had to get the bus from her house to Ave 54 & Fig in Highland Park - it was dark when I got to the bus stop & the buses would not stop for me. Finally one bus driver stopped & told me that after 6 pm, they stop at every other stop. I was so grateful for that kind heart.
Can't put that building in a button-hole.

Tash said...

Sorry I forgot to say - Great shot.

Laurie said...

Okay, Kevin. This goes on the cover of your first book of LA photos. How on earth do you manage to say so much about this place in a single image? This is exceptional.

altadenahiker said...

Looks like the set for a Clifford Odets play. In fact, many of your photos look like sets to me -- late at night, after the actors and audience have gone home.

Anonymous said...

Thanksgiving 08' Swingers yeah!

Photo with the darkwood floors, where was it taken?

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