Thursday Doors – 11.10.2016

The Wallis Theater, in Beverly Hills.doors-web-dsc_0361 doors-web-dsc_0360doors-web-dsc_0370“Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and built in 1933, the Beverly Hills Post Office was constructed as a Work Projects Administration project. In 1993, after six decades of service, the Postal Service declared the historic building “surplus property,” and moved postal operations to a new facility. A group of concerned community leaders appealed to the City of Beverly Hills with hopes of preserving the landmark for its citizens. In 2004, Wallis Annenberg directed a $15 million lead grant from the Annenberg Foundation for the preservation of the historic Beverly Hills Post Office and its transformation into a new performing arts center.”

Travel Theme: Hats

Hats off to a fun Travel Theme! 🙂

365/Day 101

Giant Fig Tree~~ Beverly Hills has some of the most incredible trees you’ll ever see. That’s why it’s been recognized as Tree City USA. This giant Fig Tree is one of its treasures. It towers in all directions, with massive arterial roots that grow down from its branches. Today I spent some time there and shot a few photos of that and other trees. Will write about it in my soon to be revived “Discovering LA” blog.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange

This week, Michele, of the Daily Post, invites us to “share a group of photos where orange is either the dominant color, or provides a bold highlight.” Easy!

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: The Color Orange

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