Some pictures just stop you in your tracks.
This one by Jordan Foley is one of them. It is without argument a breathtaking moment and inspiring photograph of one of the world’s most recognizable locations.
Foley was trying to take photos of cars on the 101 Freeway, she said. “Then I saw the clouds start to break and I turned my camera towards the sign. The clouds had fully covered the sign,...Read more
Last week as the sun set, Katrina Tsukerman photographed this moment of her 5-year-old son's "new accomplishment."
"David was diagnosed with autism a few years back and some things take longer to learn," she said. "He started reading at 2 1/2 years old, but only a week ago learned to blow bubbles. Now we do it every evening."
Tsukerman caught the image via her iPhone 6 camera's "burst" option on...Read more
Skylar Aud captured this image at a zen garden in Santa Monica, after he noticed a groundskeeper feeding koi fish in a pond.
He walked toward the pond to have a closer look.
"The koi were all different colors and swirling around in the water," he said. "They were like a painting that came alive."
He initially focused his camera on the water, hoping to capture an abstract image of the colors. Right...Read more
Tom Szabadi stumbled upon a prehistoric sight while exploring the small desert communities just outside Palm Springs.
He was on his way to a the Palm Springs Photo Festival. All he could see was the dusty road ahead and Highway 10 and distant houses to the side. And sand.
Suddenly, a dinosaur started to poke its head over the horizon.
The dinosaurs -- or dinosaur sculptures -- are part of the Cabazon...Read more
Ross Richards took a 25-second-exposure photo of a pedestrian walkway over the 170 Freeway in the San Fernando Valley on May 3.
He used a Sony Alpha ILCE-7.
Each week, we're featuring photos of Southern California and California submitted by readers. Share your photos on our Flickr page or tag your photos with #socalmoments or #californiamoments on Instagram and Twitter. Follow us on Twitter or visit ...Read more
For Helen Kim, walking the streets of Los Angeles yields some interesting sights and discoveries. Kim is a graphic designer and blogger based in Los Angeles who also gives walking tours of Koreatown based on her childhood memories of growing up in the lively and evolving neighborhood.
Kim was walking through a residential area admiring the retro architecture when she locked eyes with this little...Read more