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Clouds grounded: Andrea Kreuzhage woke up and walked out to the terrace of her home in Baldwin Hills to find this beautiful scene: “Clouds on the ground, lit from underneath, the tall palm trees courageously marching into the fog, the sounds of the basin muffled, and all the way across the sparking lights,” said Kreuzhage.
Our SoCal Moments project is continuing into 2012! Join us on Facebook and submit your photos.

Those who say LA is ugly are simply refusing to see it.
Wow. And I was just there 5 days ago <3

latimes:

Clouds grounded: Andrea Kreuzhage woke up and walked out to the terrace of her home in Baldwin Hills to find this beautiful scene: “Clouds on the ground, lit from underneath, the tall palm trees courageously marching into the fog, the sounds of the basin muffled, and all the way across the sparking lights,” said Kreuzhage.

Our SoCal Moments project is continuing into 2012! Join us on Facebook and submit your photos.

Those who say LA is ugly are simply refusing to see it.

Wow. And I was just there 5 days ago <3

(Source: Los Angeles Times)

— 2 years ago with 117 notes
#los angeles  #latimes 
The amount of Asian food right now. NOMNOM (Taken with Instagram at Marukai Market Place)

The amount of Asian food right now. NOMNOM (Taken with Instagram at Marukai Market Place)

— 2 years ago with 14 notes
#marukai  #asian food  #los angeles  #california  #home 
Day 01: Jan 1, 2012.
Hello, Today I will be active, have fun, and do what I love.
Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Day 01: Jan 1, 2012.

Hello, Today I will be active, have fun, and do what I love.

Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA, USA

— 2 years ago with 2 notes
#project365  #Day 01  #walt disney concert hall  #los angeles  #california  #USA  #hello  #today i will be  #active  #have fun  #do what i love  #inspiration  #newyearsresolution 
Rainbows &amp; Sunglasses  (Taken with Instagram at Venice Beach)

Rainbows & Sunglasses (Taken with Instagram at Venice Beach)

— 2 years ago with 50 notes
#rainbows  #rainbow sandals  #sunglasses  #sand  #beach  #los angeles  #venice beach 
First Instagram Pic!!! Venice Beach, Christmas Eve 2011 (Taken with Instagram at Venice Beach)

First Instagram Pic!!! Venice Beach, Christmas Eve 2011 (Taken with Instagram at Venice Beach)

— 2 years ago with 8 notes
#sunglasses  #beach  #los angeles  #california  #christmas eve day 
L.A. NOW →

latimes:

tumblangeles:

L.A. NOW

Bookmark this page if you haven’t already done so Los Angeles. I’m sure you’ll find it interesting as L.A.P.D. is put to the test Monday as City Hall Park is cleared.

Thanks for the endorsement. We’re passing it forward with plugs to the @OccupyLA Twitter feed and #OccupyLA hashtag.

I’m hoping that this all turns out as peaceful as it’s been this whole time. I’ve taken pride in the fact that Occupy LA and the city’s police and political establishment have had a relatively cooperative relationship. Please stay peaceful LA.

(Source: Los Angeles Times)

— 2 years ago with 55 notes
#occupy la  #los angeles 
latimes:

For downtown cyclists, this green also means go: The bright green bicycle lane on Spring Street is aimed at reducing collisions and to help cyclists feel safer navigating downtown Los Angeles.
This is good to know for drivers:

Motorists wanting to turn into a driveway on the bike-lane side of the street should turn from their lane, not the bike or parking lane, after yielding to cyclists, Fremaux said. Those who want to make right turns should stay in the vehicular lane until near the intersection, where there are breaks in the bicycle lane, and use recently implemented right-turn lanes, he said.

Photo: Above, Darryl Strucke, left, and Alvin Pegues of the Los Angeles Department of Transportation help paint a bright green bicycle lane along Spring Street in downtown L.A. The 1.5-mile-long lane will run from Cesar Chavez Avenue to 9th Street. “Thank you, guys, I love you!” yelled cyclist Susanna Schick as she rode past. “You’re making my commute to work a lot safer.” Credit: Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times

BIKESBIKESBIKES!!! Can&#8217;t wait to go home.

latimes:

For downtown cyclists, this green also means go: The bright green bicycle lane on Spring Street is aimed at reducing collisions and to help cyclists feel safer navigating downtown Los Angeles.

This is good to know for drivers:

Motorists wanting to turn into a driveway on the bike-lane side of the street should turn from their lane, not the bike or parking lane, after yielding to cyclists, Fremaux said. Those who want to make right turns should stay in the vehicular lane until near the intersection, where there are breaks in the bicycle lane, and use recently implemented right-turn lanes, he said.

Photo: Above, Darryl Strucke, left, and Alvin Pegues of the Los Angeles Department of Transportation help paint a bright green bicycle lane along Spring Street in downtown L.A. The 1.5-mile-long lane will run from Cesar Chavez Avenue to 9th Street. “Thank you, guys, I love you!” yelled cyclist Susanna Schick as she rode past. “You’re making my commute to work a lot safer.” Credit: Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times

BIKESBIKESBIKES!!! Can’t wait to go home.

(Source: Los Angeles Times)

— 2 years ago with 248 notes
#homesick  #los angeles  #bike lanes  #bicycles 
latimes:

Porsche to build driving center in Carson: The facility, only the second in the country and the fifth in the world, will sit on a 53-acre section of land just off the 405 Freeway near the interchange with the 110 Freeway. 
Image: Artist’s concept of the proposed Porsche Experience Center. The 405 freeway is to the left of the site. Credit:  Porsche

Definitely not transit related. But hopefully this spurs more economic development in Carson?

latimes:

Porsche to build driving center in Carson: The facility, only the second in the country and the fifth in the world, will sit on a 53-acre section of land just off the 405 Freeway near the interchange with the 110 Freeway. 

Image: Artist’s concept of the proposed Porsche Experience Center. The 405 freeway is to the left of the site. Credit: Porsche

Definitely not transit related. But hopefully this spurs more economic development in Carson?

(Source: Los Angeles Times)

— 2 years ago with 57 notes
#carson  #porsche  #los angeles 
risforruthie:

I’ll never say it enough, I Love LA. 

risforruthie:

I’ll never say it enough, I Love LA. 

(via urbanehood)

— 2 years ago with 271 notes
#los angeles  #flowers