June 2015 – Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles. He was waiting for a bus and said, “Go ahead and take the picture, but I’m going to be moving in a few seconds so hurry.”
On the bus to and from the Metropolitan Courthouse for Jury Duty. Found myself on a jury for two weeks, and if you’ve ever had to sit still without actually working – writing, typing, reading, drawing – then you know that something swells up in the mind, a magma force waiting to bubble to the surface. These images from my seat on the bus are the islands that formed from the extreme anxiety of having to sit through a court case.
Downtown Los Angeles – These images were the result of the evening rush making their way home. There are few opportunities for harsh lighting to find a way into Downtown, what with all the buildings and the limited space available. My view from the bus window gave the photos here a candid quality. Some people noticed me from my seat with the camera, but for the most part these are the swimmers outside the boat, making their way home.
From Grand and Venice to Union Station – Approximately 4 miles. View from the bus window on my camera phone.
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East 7th Punx – In that place of noise and shadows Copenhagen’s Lower played their brand of boastful punk, brash and a bit surly. The rest of the gallery can be found at Smashed Chair.