Gold Line

The art of transit

photo by the dude abides, via submission Proof again that the subject of a photo doesn’t have to dominate the frame. The inbound Gold Line train is seen here across Los Angeles State Historic Park on the northern end of downtown L.A. The photo was taken with the Instagram app [continue reading]

Last call snack crawl

It’s 5 p.m. and the streets and freeways are crowded. Maybe it’s time for a snack crawl to stave off afternoon rush hour traffic and lift the spirits with a strong Diet Coke. Anyone know any good spots near Metro? In downtown L.A. a bunch of places offer happy hour [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Paul Bailey, via Flickr This is the Gold Line on the bridge that crosses the Arroyo Seco — a very photogenic spot. I like the black-and-white here, especially with the trees in the foreground and a hint of the hills under the bridge. The subject of the photo [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Andrew E. Miller, via submission I posted yesterday that it would be great to receive more submissions of the local transpo scene and – ta-da! – this photo taken by Andrew at the Gold Line’s Pico-Aliso station landed in our email box. The photo was taken with an [continue reading]