Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Downtown LA Views

This past week, the skies have been so crystal clear that I wanted to share a few more views from my part of downtown Los Angeles. This photo below is looking into the heart of downtown and the tall skyscrapers. (Clicking on the photos below gives a slightly larger image.)

The St. Viviana Cathedral is presently undergoing restoration into an arts complex. It was damaged in the 1996 Northridge earthquake.

The black monolith is the Caltrans District 7 Headquarters Building. It looks like an alien starship from the "dark side" that landed. By the way, there's a cafeteria on the ground floor, and the salads are pretty reasonable.

Here is view looking toward the intersection of Second Street and San Pedro Streets which is Little Tokyo. The San Gabriel mountains are in the background.

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