I am obsessive,
I am addicted,
this is all about palm trees…
…and never ending holidays! Enjoy sunny days 😉 Beverly Hills, California.
Decided to start new collection of photographs on my Facebook page tilted “The American Flag”. These are going to be firsts ones in album, however I have some already 😉
Bodysuit and hut American Apparel, sunglasses Dolce & Gabbana, American Flag year 1932! Got it in antique store in the middle of nowhere. Pride to own it: priceless!
Thank you so much to my Little Assistant! Photo shoot Venice Beach, California.
Future new hair style in progress 😉 Bolt Barbers barber shop in downtown L.A.
Our car simply belongs to the places like that. That is why we decided to pull over for a lunch time. Listened to Surfing USA by Beach Boys and ate. My choice was a salad. I try to eat healthy while I live here… 😉
Mel’s Drive In, Ventura Blvd in Sherman Oaks, California.
Dreams came true 😉 Finally I photographed oil drilling has! On my way from Sequoia National Park back to L.A. I had this chance. I never saw so many oil drilling has in one place! During and after the sunset. California.
Spring Break is here. Foggy morning at the beach. Group of students is playing american football.
Girls are really good players 😉 Venice Beach, Los Angeles. More pictures on my Facebook fun page.
Do you believe in bus stop that can take you to South Hope? 😉 I do! Only in downtown L.A.
Sun reflection… ah 😉
Two men, One Way and Two Giraffes…
Left or Straight? Choice is yours 😉 If you want to see the rest of the story please visit my Facebook fun page with more than 20 photographs in album: “Tell me a story about downtown L.A.”
See you there!
I like to use my Polaroid for old kind of photographs however that sounds.
Those pictures were made on new style of Polaroid film, but I have to admit it is too perfect for me. Somehow I prefer when instant pictures look old.
This silver mining town (ghost town) today has been converted into a county park. Calico was architecturally restored. But the five original buildings look as they did in 1880s.
I recommend you Calico as a great place for photography.
Or simply if you like to go back in time 😉
Downtown L.A. and in action my lovely plastic camera 😉 I like this effect where buildings and street are kind of blur and people crossing zebra are visible two times, some of them seem to disappear like a ghosts… Are you lost in the details?