Créama Buscaro: photography by Jeff Byrnes

Wistaria: an Afternoon in the Village of the Foothills

Working the Angles

Laying at the feet of the San Gabriel Mountains, Sierra Madre is just another of the many but well hidden little community gems that are being increasingly obscured by the corporate concrete homogenizing sprawl of Southern California. We aren’t just losing an identity, we are losing what has best represented not only this region but the nation as a whole. Join the resistance and reaffirm the character of our country before it’s too late and everything gets swallowed under WalMart’s big black wings.

Hang Time

The Three "C's": Congregating Caffeinated Cyclists

Hillside Habitat

The Little Princess of Wistaria

Historical Hues

Bashful Barkeeping at The Buccaneer


Portals Past and Present

Side Ways

Mirrored Madres

This entry was published on February 17, 2011 at 9:06 pm. It’s filed under Architecture, Art Photography, Candid, Landscape, Photography, Street and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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