Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Signs


Know where to surf and where to swim at Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CA.


Los Angeles Department of Transit -LADOT


Real Estate sign in Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CA.


California Incline Project, Santa Monica, California.


The way out if a Tsunami hits Venice Beach Los Angeles, CA.


Skateboard Plaza Rules. Venice Beach, Los Angeles, CA.

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7 thoughts on “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Signs

  1. surf / swim… mmmh, where is the beach bar? Interesting captures, Angela. I see. Germany is not the only country with many signs… Skater rules rocks. Where are your mountain images? You have lovely mountains in the background of your last image. I remember architecture, people, beach, abstracts… 🙂

    • Yes, it’s ridiculous that I haven’t photographed the beautiful mountains of L.A. and Southern California. I guess you could say I’m not too much of a mountain person…?

      • Well, you can change that! Here is the plan. Alarm set to 4:00 am, car to the mountains, hike up to the highest mountain possible, miss sunset by 1 hour (you were not fast enough), shoot some overexposed and blurry images (you refused to carry the tripod), return to the car park, drive back home, sent a bomb to Reinhold for this glorious idea. And buuummmm… you are a mountain person. 🙂

      • Lol! That will never happen to me (I have only seen a couple of sunrises in my life because I am a night owl, not an early bird), except for the tripod part. I hate carrying a tripod; insist on handholding all my shots. I know… No serious photographer does that. 🙄 And I’m not much of a hiker (although that is a very L.A. thing). I still hope to get some cool mountain shots but not on sunrise and never from the highest top! Actually, i think mountains make a terrific background to almost any photograph, no? 😄

      • Definitely a terrific background, especially if you have no mountains. The highest “mountain” in my area is 7 m high. I would love to have some in near reach. But I have to drive 7-9 hours to see some real mountains.

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