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Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Venice Beach, California

A walk along the promenade along Venice Beach promises the following:

  • a wide array of people, both residents living nearby and travelers from afar;
  • street art, street food, street wares;
  • and there’s always a surprise.

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Over and under

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Facade

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

4 contact points

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

3 contact points – no fall off

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Jump 1

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Jump 2

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Jump 3

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Jump 4

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Jump 5

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Mid-air

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

That’s gonna hurt

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Sporting possibly the biggest grin around, this kid was fearless

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

“Botox on the beach”

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Empty cabins, empty net

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Fleur de lis

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Missing you

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

True stereotypes

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

Surfing in Feburary

Venice Beach, promenade, Los Angeles, California, USA

“Venice”


I made the photos on 23 February 2012. This post appears on Fotoeins Fotopress at fotoeins.com as http://wp.me/p1BIdT-1KL.

2 Responses to “Venice Beach, California”

    • fotoeins

      Hi! I’m glad you liked the shot of the beach (#17) in the late-afternoon. While I was watching, the guy in the twirly metal ring never fell off, and I didn’t have to cringe or make a D’OH sound. He was pretty amazing, actually, but I still can’t get over that fearless kid making big jumps in the skate park. 🙂 Thanks for reading and for your comment!

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