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August 2009

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009 Old Nirvana

Hollywood must have really been something in the twenties. The Nirvana Apartments, 1925 architect E. M. Erdaly 1775 North Orange Drive just up the block from the Chinese Theater.

Nirvana Apartments, 1925 - architect E. M. Erdaly - 1775 North Orange Drive, Hollywood
Nirvana Apartments, 1925 - architect E. M. Erdaly - 1775 North Orange Drive, Hollywood
Nirvana Apartments, 1925 - architect E. M. Erdaly - 1775 North Orange Drive, Hollywood
Nirvana Apartments, 1925 - architect E. M. Erdaly - 1775 North Orange Drive, Hollywood

Just down the street, Grauman's Chinese Theater 6925 Hollywood Boulevard Meyer and Holler, 1927

Detail, Grauman's Chinese Theater - 6925 Hollywood Boulevard - Meyer and Holler, 1927
Detail, Grauman's Chinese Theater - 6925 Hollywood Boulevard - Meyer and Holler, 1927
Detail, Grauman's Chinese Theater - 6925 Hollywood Boulevard - Meyer and Holler, 1927
Detail, Grauman's Chinese Theater - 6925 Hollywood Boulevard - Meyer and Holler, 1927
Detail, Grauman's Chinese Theater - 6925 Hollywood Boulevard - Meyer and Holler, 1927

A cool lamp down the Grauman's Egyptian Theater 6712 Hollywood Boulevard Meyer and Holler, 1922

Lamp, Grauman's Egyptian Theater - 6712 Hollywood Boulevard - Meyer and Holler, 1922

The Hollywood Center Building Hollywood Boulevard at Cherokee Norton and Wallis, 1929

Hollywood Center Building - Hollywood Boulevard at Cherokee - Norton and Wallis, 1929
Hollywood Center Building - Hollywood Boulevard at Cherokee - Norton and Wallis, 1929
Hollywood Center Building - Hollywood Boulevard at Cherokee - Norton and Wallis, 1929

It's all gone now

Broken Crown, Hollywood Boulevard at McFadden

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Technical Note:

These photographs were taken with a Nikon D200 the lenses used were AF-S Nikkor 18-70 mm 1:35-4.5G ED, or AF Nikkor 70-300 mm telephoto.  The high-resolution photography here was modified for web posting using Adobe Photoshop 7.0 software.

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