Anyone who lives in Southern California knows that being stuck in traffic for too long can make you feel dark and paranoid. With that in mind, this week I bring you a series of shots taken while stuck in traffic on the 110, trying to get back to South Pas. From the 4-level to the tunnels, Los Angeles offers the perfect noir landscape. Anyway, you guys know that I love a chance to pretend like I'm the lovechild of John Alton and Dorothy B. Hughes...
It's Freeway Noir Week, everyone. A series of shots from the 110 freeway, en route to South Pas.
Disclaimer: DUH! I wasn't shooting while I was driving. Haven't any of you heard of carpooling?
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The History of Glimpses
Glimpses of South Pasadena is 10 years old!
In December of 2007, after many years on the west side of Los Angeles (and at least a third of those years spent stuck in traffic on Pico Boulevard) my family settled into a happy little house in South Pasadena. This daily blog covered almost 5 years as I put down roots in my new home town -- and almost 5 more as I settled in and became a South Pas old-timer.
You can always find the blog at its original address:
my multimedia column archive: Views from the Front Porch
Published at Patch.
Thank you Charlie's Coffee House for hosting my photo exhibit, South Pas: Observed. From October 2011 through January 2012 my pictures graced the walls of the best place in town to get a cup of coffee!
Read the nifty story on photo bloggers Petrea Burchard, Ben Wideman, Kat Likkel and little old me featured in the September, 2011 issue of Pasadena Magazine.
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