Friday, September 01, 2006

L.A. Holiday

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Griffith Park Observatory viewed from Barnsdall Park
Happy holiday weekend everyone. I plan to stay right here in L.A., cruising the streets in my new ride. I'm sure that Mr. Larry and I will go to the movies, go out to eat, see some art, have some bar-be-cue and more. This is officially the last weekend of the summer. Make the most of it, get out of your own neighborhood and do some exploring in this faboo and fascinating City!


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Marina del Rey

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Downtown L.A. Bridge
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Petersen Automotive Museum, Miracle Mile

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Miracle Mile, 1950's

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Union Station, Downtown L.A.

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Robinson's Department Store, Beverly Hills
(demolished)

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Los Angeles Music Center

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La Ballona Creek, near La Cienega Blvd.

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Santa Monica Pier

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The Original Farmers Market

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Echo Park Garden
The Best Place to Relax!

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5 Comments:

At 12:49 PM PDT, Blogger Ana said...

Ellen, you have saved me the gas and the effort to go driving around. I feel like I've toured around L.A. it is an AbFab city. I love it too.

Have a great weekend, and happy knitting.

 
At 1:03 PM PDT, Blogger MonkeyGurrrrrl said...

Your photography makes this city look absolutely lovely. Must be a special filter on your camera.

Enjoy your new hoop-de. ZIP-zip-zip!

 
At 7:59 PM PDT, Blogger tk said...

you could easily be the citys ambassador.. great picts!

 
At 7:12 AM PDT, Blogger TllGurl said...

now that i've stopped crying, i can now type again.
Thank you for the pictures of my old stompin' grounds. Griffith Park. Barnsdall, where I tool cool art classes for many years.
When i left l.a. The Grove wasn't even in the planning stages. The picture of the Farmer's Market clock made me gasp with recognition, surprise and deep longing.
This morning, driving to work, I'll be humming "I Love L.A."
*sigh*

 
At 11:13 AM PDT, Blogger ladylinoleum said...

This is lovely...I feel blessed my my native Angeleno-ness.

 

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