Today I took a walk through downtown Los Angeles. I started at Union Station, made my way up through Olvera Street to Bunker Hill to Grand to the Cathedral and back to Union Station. I needed to stare at something that wasn't a computer screen and see people who weren't staring at computer screens. Here are some images with captions when applicable:
The Bradbury Building is one of the greatest spaces in LA, and you would never know it walking by the unassuming exterior.
This public art Sculpture is baffling. How it got built I will never know or understand. It appears to be four men choking one another filled with bullet holes. It is in front of a federal building and within viewing range of the prison. Hmm.
Some building by a little known architect.
Olvera Street is the origin point of LA, and still the best place in town to buy a wrestling mask.
A tree bursting out of its container and growing however it pleases. Photo-metaphor of LA.