1898 view looking northeast from the present-day site of Dodger Stadium on Mount Lookout. The landform in the middle of the photograph is Cemetery Ravine, so called because the Roman Catholic Calvary Cemetery once rested at its mouth. Calvary Cemetery and the human remains buried there were later moved to East Los Angeles to make way for Cathedral High School, and between 1959 and 1962 giant earthmovers filled in the ravine — once also known as Cañada de los Muertos — to create the Dodger Stadium parking lot.
Part of the California Historical Society Collection in the USC Digital Library.
Los Angeles, looking northeast from Elysian Park. It’s hard to find many unobstructed views in this overgrown city, which is sad because so many of the views to be had are dramatic and beautiful.
After the rain.
Soooooo this exists. #fuckyouimaunicorn
Beck and Lex on Flickr.
Beck’s new album cover was painted on the side of this building in SIlverlake…Alexis and I were pretty excited. Silverlake, 2/27/2014
Photo by: Aaron Guy Leroux
Edited by: Alexis Mixter
I’ve never done an edit collaboration before but I’m super excited to edit some of my friend’s photos. Since our styles are so different I get to try out things I never get a chance to do. I also can look at the image in a completely different way than if it were my own. I love his work and can’t wait to do more.
Above the clouds.
Anza-Borrego Desert, Southern California