Hoping to be able to get to LA a few more times in the next year to continue my on-going series of photos documenting the rise of the new 6th Street Bridge. This opens in 2020.
I'm fascinated by these old images of the great San Francisco earthquake that struck the city in 1906. The Atlantic just posted a bunch of photos of it gathered from the archives at the Library of Congress (my favorite photo depository) which not only show the city from afar but also up close as if it were a modern-day Street View. The destruction is horrifying and is a bit of a reminder of the realities of communities just recently affected by big earthquakes (Japan and Ecuador).