I don’t know what I’d do with all my travel photos without this blog. I am so happy to have somewhere to share them, and somewhere to talk about my travels!
This was my first trip to Los Angeles, and I was super excited to explore. However, I was there for a seminar that lasted 12 or more hours a day so I had very little time to see much. What’s a girl to do but make the most of the time she does have? The lack of time wasn’t great, to be honest, I thought about checking out apartments on https://atelierdtla.com/, maybe one of these days I’ll pluck up the courage to move to Downtown LA! I have quite a few friends who live there, so there’s no real reason why I couldn’t move over there. My friend is always telling me about how good LA is. One day, I will move over there. I might even start looking at some other apartments to make sure I find the one that is perfect for me. I’ve heard that Linea LA apartments are also really nice, so maybe I’ll have a look at them too. LA is such a magical place!
The first day I arrived, I went for a walk to get my bearings and see my immediate surroundings. From my prior research, I knew that there were some Collette Miller Angel Wings near by. Unfortunately, I was by myself so I have a photo of the wings sans me instead of the typical photo of a person “wearing” the wings. There is street art everywhere in LA and I even found a cool mural right on my downtown LA corner as well as great architecture and color. The next morning, with the help of a four-hour time difference, I went up to the roof top pool to watch the sunrise and take in the pretty LA skyline. Gorgeous. Most of my time was spend in DTLA at spots Grand Central Market, where I ate breakfast at the boldly and curiously named Egg Slut, and Pershing Square. And my final hours before I left for the airport were spent at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
I can only imagine that there must be a million additional spots to visit and photograph in LA and I can’t wait until I return. Scenes out on the ocean of the gray whales seen on a whale watching california excursion would certainly make for amazing photography! Los Angeles, thanks for the love!