Wow - what a nice surprise after such a not so great day. I had no idea you were doing this; I just come to your site virtually every day to see your pictures. Thank you, Ken.
Great picture. That does remind me of East of West LA. I really need to start trying some night shots.
An appropriate homage.It's got a definite Spanish look about it.
so beautiful. I love your night shots.
East coast meets west coast. I'd love to be there when you two actually meet. Oh I know, you'd drag me down dark alleys and into some pretty fine diners! A really nice tribute to our -K- ! Bravo.V
Your photos show us just how diverse and complex the Village is. From stunning sunsets to signs and places. It is a City within a city!
The light is perfect!
I thought I had stumbled on the wrong K. You're definitely east of west.
Great photo and much nicer homage. I check both blogs daily and I enjoy the richness of images and concepts I always find.
Fantastic job, Ken. I'd have thought it even if you hadn't said it.
Your night shots have a lot of feeling to them. This looks like something I've seen in Tucson.
Awww I just had to come back for another look. You two are kindred spirits you know. NICE! :)V
Your night pictures are amazing!
Lovely. I always worry, though, how long a single-story structure like this will continue to exist in the condo-happy EV.
ha-ha. very clever! great photo too. not quite as moody east-of-w-LA as west-of-east-LA.
I love this photo and I know where this is - what always amused me is that the doors seem to buckle outward - like there's so much spirit inside the building they can barely contain it.
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