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400 Some people prefer more privacy, with more green walls, while others have floor-to-ceiling windows facing the street where anyone could just peak inside.


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Nope, the Canals section isn't even done yet.

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Beautiful shots, as always.
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It's such a huge, large and famous city... Believe it or not, it's very much like Paris to me. I see it as the most Parisian US city today. That means it needs to focus.
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Old Posted Aug 29, 2014, 8:10 AM
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Hoping you guys enjoy this thread! Please let me know if I put too many photos of the Canals, and if I should put fewer photos for each section. Anyway, time to finish this Canals section. Wooh! But the Venice district is ONLY 1/3rd done.

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Enjoying your continuous coverage of the immense LA basin and coast.
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Old Posted Aug 31, 2014, 10:04 PM
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This section of Venice is based on Washington Blvd, the street that extends toward Venice Pier.

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Old Posted Aug 31, 2014, 10:08 PM
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Old Posted Aug 31, 2014, 10:12 PM
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430 Most of the buildings along the coast are 4-5 stories.


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Really enjoyed looking through this thread Keep it up!

Both this and the Downtown LA thread inspired me to start one dedicated to Philly....
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I've been out for a while. I'm either busy with school, work, or taking photos.
I'll do my best to update my thread! Thanks for the support, Shadowbat!

Anyway, this set of five photos really portray Venice Beach. On a small stretch of the boardwalk near the pier, there are some quite nice, modern homes. When you reach the main part of the boardwalk, you'll see small stores and many sports activities (tennis, basketball, volleyball). This is really why I personally believe Venice defines LA.

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Beach, graffiti, street performers, palm trees...

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Great shots!
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Abbot Kinney Blvd, "the coolest block in America", has unique and popular restaurants, shops, and more. It's very "LA".

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460 From Kogi food truck ; my first time getting something from a food truck.


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END OF VENICE ; hoped you guys like my three pages of Venice photos.

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Kogis is amazing. Great shots as always.
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