What is “Local” when you live in the second-largest city in the United States, a sprawling metropolis with a population that includes people from more than 140 countries speaking 224 different languages? That’s Los Angeles, where I live. It’s hard to feel local. But I have found my spot, the place where I feel “local.” Palisades Park, in Santa Monica, is my hangout, my go-to place for long walks and many photographic endeavors. It’s a place where locals go to enjoy gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean while picnicking with family and friends, sunbathing, walking their dogs, reading, writing, or simply meditating. I have photographed it to exhaustion and will continue to do so for as long as I’m around.
I’m into nature, trees and ‘space’ so my fav photo is the bottom one.
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