Friday, July 25, 2008

Scene along the LA Freeways - from the backseat

I recently rode to the West Side in the backseat. I amused myself by snapping pictures of downtown Los Angeles from the moving car. Here's a few shots you don't often see during Hollywood movies and slow speed chases. (Click any picture for an enlargement.)

Scene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David OckerScene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David OckerScene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David OckerScene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David OckerOf course there are lots of big buildings to see - from far away and from up close.

Scene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David OckerScene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David OckerThey reflect upon one another.

Scene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David OckerAnd there's always graffiti. You see it on the barriers, on the public art, on your fellow travelers and on the tops of the buildings. Like any other graffiti, the names on the building tops change from time to time without reason - although they tend to remove the old names completely first rather than just crossing them out with spray paint.

Scene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David OckerScene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David OckerScene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David OckerScene along the Los Angeles Freeway (c) David Ocker
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1 comment:

GraffHead said...

Love looking at graffiti while driving on the Los Angeles freeways. You can see more on the GraffHead website 1, 2, 3, 4...