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April 2, 2006 - Gaudy Beverly Hills













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These are from Thursday the 28th, the only sunny day that week. (It's the rainy season in Los Angeles, as February and March are pretty much it out here.)

The location is Beverly Gardens Park, created in 1911 - a narrow, two-mile-long strip of lawns and a few flowerbeds. It runs for fourteen blocks along the northwest side of Santa Monica Boulevard, the complete length of the city of Beverly Hills. It does have a rose garden, and a few stone park benches, a lily pond, fountains, tall trees, a cactus garden, and a gravel path for joggers. The Beverly Hills Police Station is across the street from the small rose garden at Maple Drive. The whole place is more foliage and shade than much in bloom. But there are these.

Roses in Beverly Gardens Park

Rose in Beverly Gardens Park

Rose in Beverly Gardens Park

Oh, and a little green in the window here…

Geranium buds...

If these shots are too artsy for you, and you need some "man art," you could visit this place on 2nd Street in downtown Los Angeles, near the Los Angeles Times offices, just off Broadway. (Photo, January 26, 2006.)

Combination Cigars and Art Gallery, downtown LA
















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These were shot with a Nikon D70 – lens AF-5 Nikor 18-70mm 1:35-4.5G ED

They were modified for web posting using Adobe Photoshop 7.0

The original large-format raw files are available upon request.

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