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Way back in the Jurassic period I was in the habit of wandering the neighborhoods of Los Angeles with my camera. One evening I stumbled across the Silver Lake Reservoir. Surrounded by low hills, it was opened in 1906 to supply water to downtown Los Angeles just a few miles to the east. Over the years a wonderfully eclectic community grew around the lake. A number of Hollywood's early stars built homes here and many of the anitque houses still remain. This is a look at one side of the lake shot through a chain link fence.
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Jan 5, 2013 1:19:59 am
It does look rather like a swish sort of area for the 'Rich and Famous' -
so let's see some more through your hole in the fence, please -
(me, Shallow Hal? don't think so!) ;)
but I do like Art Deco/Art Nouveau style architecture Mr. Fossil ...
It also looks like a nice long Promenade to watch the stars come out by night!
*BB*

by blondeblurr Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 1:39:57 am
shot through a chain link fence as well
very cool capture

by Faemike55 Online Now!   Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 1:52:50 am
This has a mood, to my mind, of a "have not" peering through the fence at the "haves." An excellent shot with its own story!

by auntietk Online Now!   Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 2:15:49 am
So this is how the other half lives...

by ZanderXL Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 2:28:14 am
Whenever I take pictures through something, I feel like a voyeur. So how I feel here. And what I see, I like it.

by JuliSonne Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 3:30:27 am
Yep, I agree...them...us!

by whaleman Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 6:35:21 am
Very much like seeing Sandbanks at night from the harbour...same sort of folk.

by durleybeachbum Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 1:24:43 pm
Great capture of this night scene!

by bobrgallegos Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 3:44:27 pm
A look into another world, shaped by a chain link fence and the night. I was interested to read of the eclectic makeup of the neighborhood. When I moved to New Jersey as a child and on visits back to Louisiana, I was struck by one general difference in the neighborhoods, especially the suburbs. In New Jersey, they were a lot more homogenous. Houses of a few basic designs repeated with very little variation of style or age. In Louisiana, I was much more likely to see an old decrepit house next to a new one, or a mansion next to a very unassuming home. This is less true now than it was 40 years ago. I like neighborhoods where the past rubs shoulders with the present, where one house looks very different from the next. Nice shot. I like the soft pink glow on the horizon and the lengthening of the reflected lights in the water.

by myrrhluz Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 4:13:45 pm
so effective

by alanwilliams Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 5:21:44 pm
EXCELLENT WORK!

by sandra46 Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 5:40:58 pm
this does look like a great place to own a house, nice capture my friend

by vaggabondd Homepage »

Jan 5, 2013 10:49:39 pm
Great capture. I love reflection and symmetry

by netot Homepage »

Jan 9, 2013 12:28:53 am
caught my eyes
wonderful capture
warm hugs, Linda

by hipps13 Homepage »

Jan 12, 2013 11:39:19 am
Cool shot, do you still have your old camera, would love to see a picture of it.

by tennesseecowgirl Homepage »

Jan 13, 2013 7:07:57 am
Shame about the fence here BUT... still nice!

by FredNunes Homepage »

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