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“Walking The Night” – Columbia, Missouri via Instagram

January 23rd, 2019 Comments off

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“Walking The Night” via Instagram

“Walking The Night”

Walking in the city at night is always such a different experience than walking it during the day. You happen upon scenes that don’t occur at any other time of day. They surprise you. In the dark you don’t see the scenes coming, they are suddenly just thrust upon you in the glow of the street lamp or the glare of car headlamps.

My inherent fear of the dark means that I don’t often go walking in wilder areas, but the pools of light found in the city offer me refuge in the surrounding darkness and I get by. 

My favorite times to walk are during the full moon or on those cloud covered nights when the city lights are reflected back to earth and night almost turns into day. Then I get the best of both worlds. Shadows still conceal much but the moonlight shows off smaller scenes and highlights.

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Historic Walking Tours in Downtown LA this weekend

February 23rd, 2012 Comments off

Walt Disney Concert Hall and Downtown LALA Cowboy posted notice of these walks…

This Weekend’s Walking Tours of Historic Downtown Los Angeles

The Last Bookstore Presents….

The Secret Lives of Historic Downtown Los Angeles

Saturdays will have the HISTORIC DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES 101  tour and Sunday will have the HOW LOS ANGLES INVENTED THE WILD WEST (and why no one knows it) tour.

On Saturday February 25th and Sunday February 26th (and Saturday March 3rd and Sunday March 4th) will be two different guided walking tours of Historic Downtown Los Angeles’s secret past, its present – and its future.

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