The last place in the world you would expect to see boarded up is the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
It’s been a tough year for us all, but Rodeo Drive was one of the areas in Los Angeles that was particularly hard hit by misfortune. Nothing was a more welcome sight than to see the world famous shopping district open for business and thriving again today!
After three months of being safer at home we all want to get out and experience the world again.
This photo said a lot to me. The businesses in Santa Monica were just beginning to reopen after a long quarantine over the coronavirus.
World famous Randy’s Donuts dates back to 1962, but it’s style of architecture dates back to the Thirties.
As Independence Day nears, American’s are faced with the prospect that we won’t be allowed to gather together and celebrate the freedom and independence our forefathers shed blood for.
When the coronavirus panic began to hit Los Angeles in March, I began to document the catastrophe as it unfolded. What I observed with my own eyes was frequently the opposite of what I was told to believe in the media and by our politicians and medical “authorities.