Monday, March 11, 2013


The day after a "winter" rainstorm remains the only time snow visits the mountain ranges of the Los Angeles basin, and even so it's all gone by noon of the same day. Here then are rare a.m. views of this morning after, taken from the top floor of the parking structure of the physical therapy building that I visit thrice weekly.

A careful look at the second shot should reveal two kinds of communication towers: in the foreground a faux tree cell phone relay that reminds me of Claes Oldenburg sculpture, and on top of the peaks-- insanely gigantic broadcast ones.

Tech notes: both taken with my little Panaonic Lumix "purse camera." It was all too beautiful...

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