The last place in the world you would expect to see boarded up is the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
These photos were taken on June 4, 2020, a few days after the Black Lives Matter protests happened in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles.
If there is anything positive about the COVID-19 quarantine that can be said at all, it’s that it resulted in being able to get some once in a lifetime photos.
Some photos of tourists and Angelenos enjoying the Venice Beach Boardwalk and Strand bike path on a sunny afternoon.
This photo said a lot to me. The businesses in Santa Monica were just beginning to reopen after a long quarantine over the coronavirus.
The Los Angeles City Hall building is one of the most famous landmarks in LA. This photo shows the most iconic view of it.
I couldn’t resist posting this. Now you don’t have to pretend you actually like that ugly sweater you are giving someone as a Christmas gift.
Over the years that I’ve been publishing Totally LA, I’ve realized that a great many of my visitors are travel bloggers themselves. Our interests expand to include not only where to go, but when, where and how to get the best photos of the attractions and how to make money off of them as well!
Pictured is the sultry Juliette Beavan with 8mm during the release of their new EP Heart-Shaped Hell at Lucky Strike Live in Hollywood Wednesday night.
A red carpet photo of three very special ladies taken at the Ice House in Pasadena.