Alon Goldsmith usually commutes to work on his bicycle, which affords him the luxury of stopping to photograph a provocative image when he sees one.
One day last August, he uncharacteristically drove his car. “Not the most conducive circumstance for photography,” Goldsmith said. However, it just so happened that while stopped at a light under the 105 Freeway on Sepulveda Boulevard, he looked out the window and saw this.
“I was drawn to the mass of negative space with a slice of light punctuated by a road sign,” he said. “I grabbed my iPhone and composed the shot in the nick of time.”
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