The glowing surfboards of Redondo Beach. The lighting cycles through all different colors.
At first I thought the sculpture was supposed to be leaves.
Geese at the amphitheatre.
This city park has a pond which attracts ducks, coots, seagulls, and as near as I can tell a permanent flock of Canada Geese that wander around the banks of the pond and the open space at the south end, where these terraces are located.
Let’s just say I don’t think I’d want to sit on the ground in that part of the park.
The Morrell House, originally built around 1906, now restored in association with the Redondo Beach Historical Museum.
One of these days I’m actually going to go there when it’s open, instead of stopping on the way somewhere else.
I did decide that the hidden light and the old house might have some #spooky potential, and ran it through some effects filters. Not sure if I succeeded.
It does still turn, though!
A windmill in suburbia. Apparently it was built by one of Hermosa Beach’s city founders around 1900 and later moved to its present location, a small triangle of grass and trees in the corner of a grocery store lot next to Pacific Coast Highway. It’s no longer functional as far as I know, except as a historical landmark.
Historic house turned museum and dry fountain in a California Beach town.
I guess I should say old house turned historical museum. The house itself isn’t particularly historic.
Murals in progress on what used to be the featureless gray walls of an apartment complex. The aviation theme on two of them is due to this being Aviation Blvd.
Composition brought to you by the angle I could take a photo out the car window before the light turned green. 😁
Update: I drove by it again, and this time stopped to look. There’s a signature: on the last section: Jacque Dupuy 2018, Mural Executed by LeviPonce.com