Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Best of Glimpses: #7

This shot combines several things I love about shooting pictures in South Pasadena. First of all, it's Kaldi. The historical building originally served as early South Pasadena's bank building but now offers a prime, central spot for satisfying a coffee jones while taking in a great view of the South Pasadena Public Library and Morrow Bay Fig tree. Second, it's one of those night shots that allows me to pretend I'm really a film noir cinematographer. Third, there's an old car. Even in this shot. See it?


I continue this week with some of my favorite Glimpses photos. Some things deserve a second look!

7 comments:

Mister Earl said...

Looks like two old cars.

Anonymous said...

That's amazing. What a shot. It's like you set it up with a set designer!

Green Guy said...

How come I can't get pictures like that at night? Nice, LA.

Jason said...

I can't believe you aren't getting more comments on these. Amazing work, L.

Judy Williams said...

Sorry I've been absent this week. I've loved a trip down memory lane. This one is a winner!!!

Laurie said...

Good eye, Earl. :-)

Thanks, guys. You are the last stragglers around here!

Arguing Guy said...

I've said this before but I used to know someone who had a plumbing contracting business in that building.. Waaaaay back in the day.. Before our family lived in So Pas even. Walked by that building countless times on the way to school.. Fond memories indeed. A coffeehouse is a good use for that building. One day I'm sure it'll be a community bank again.. That's usually how those things work.