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  • July 9, 2019
Exploring Pasadena, California

Every Los Angeles suburb has practically a piece of history attached to it and Pasadena is not an exception. Today I went to explore that city for photogenic spots and stopped by the Casa Grande neighborhood where Edward and Alex Van Halen grew up and formed their band.

  • April 30, 2019
The 2019 L.A. River Clean-up

This was my third year in a row helping the Friends of The L.A. River organization to document their clean-up.

It is unbelievable the amount of trash volunteers collect every time they are called to participate in these events. I have seen mattresses, personal computers, shopping carts, televisions, clothes, and car parts, just to name a few things that nobody would expect to find near the river.

  • July 17, 2017
Visiting Elysian Park

Elysian Park is supposed to be a family-oriented space in the heart of Los Angeles. In fact, I have seen many birthday celebrations, BBQ gatherings, and even “movies at the park” events there. Unfortunately, vandals and drug addicts are frequent visitors as well.

  • June 1, 2017
Documenting The Arroyo Seco Tunnels

I always wanted to capture these tunnels but never had the opportunity until recently. The tunnels are located near Elysian Park and are part of the 110 freeway that connects Downtown LA with Pasadena. The entire area is not considered very safe but there are many good spots to capture the traffic, therefore I took the risk three times. Twice during the day and once at night.

  • April 4, 2017
Visiting The South Gate Bridge

South Gate is a suburb located 7 miles southeast of Downtown Los Angeles. I had planned going there to shoot the symbolic bridge for at least two years, always waiting for the perfect waiting conditions that included fast-moving clouds. This bridge serves as a meeting spot for teenagers living in the area and also as a backdrop for photographers like most bridges in LA.

  • March 2, 2017
The Views From The Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook

The Baldwin Hills scenic overlook is a cool place for both exercising and taking panoramic photos of LA. The main hiking trail is very steep, a mile long from the park entrance located on Jefferson Blvd. Some people don’t consider this a hiking trail but the way the concrete steps are set up will make your legs feel like they are on fire, therefore you are going to have a nice workout anyways.

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