A view of the exterior architecture of LACMA, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, as seen with the iPhone Hipstamatic app. The building was quite photogenic and I took quite a few photos with different Hipstamatic configurations as well as more standard photos with my DSLR.
I spent a little bit of time in Los Angeles after leaving the NAMM show. It was quite a contrasting experience.
i really dig this! ascending…
I love the angle of this photo. The colorful beams made the structure really attractive.
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Real colorful ! Seems to be a special architecture !
Almost looks like puzzle. Very cool shot! Happy WW 🙂
really nice picture
That is so cool. I love the colors and the great sense of height.
Great colors, I love the lines! Very cool picture.
Nice subject composition in this.
some of the under belly of LA!
love that Hipstamatic effect!
Great shot – love the red accent.
You have a way of bringing out the best in any city! I’m all for hot pink steel I-beams diminishes the industrial l
Interesting perspective. I always enjoy these colorful buildings!
Wow, it looks almost like a building still under construction with those steel beams!
I like the angle of the shot!!
I really like the lines and cool red color. Looks like an interesting building just from what I can see from your photo. Thanks for your comment on the Key System mural. I love abandoned building shots! So much to explore!
From this angle, it seems like the building continues upward to endlessly. I like it.
That hot pink touched a really happy place inside me, so much so, I almost forgot to look at the rest of the photo. Guess it’s obvious I really like neon colors!
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