Sunday, September 5, 2010

At Angel's Gate (Redux) -- Weekend Reflection

I never get enough of this view of the Angel's Gate lighthouse, which has marked the entrance to the Port of Los Angeles since 1913. This was taken last Monday morning, around 8 in the morning, from the Catalina Express catamaran.
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17 comments:

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Gorgeous shot. It's obvious why you don't tire of it.

Darryl and Ruth : )

Birdman said...

Stunning image. I agree. I wouldn't get tired of this scene either.

this too will pass said...

ccol shot

Cezar and Léia said...

Girl...you are really talented, this picture is outstanding, adorable and perfect reflections!
Have a nice week,
hugs
Léia

Oakland Daily Photo said...

It's funny, but I never think of LA as having a port, even though I know it does. Thanks for the personal view. It's lovely.

Naturedigital said...

A beautiful lighthouse Tash.
And a great reflection.
Costas

Wayne said...

I'd never get tired of this scene either. I didn't know LA had a lighthouse until now.

This is a fine shot.

Bibi said...

Superb shot! I could look at that for a long time, too.

James said...

It's a wonderful shot! I love old lighthouses. It's been 35 years since I went to Catalina and I still remember the terrible sea sickness that I suffered with on the way back.

altadenahiker said...

It's a briny beauty.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

For me this place always reminds me of our harbor cruise via the neptune society. We were down there last week during the heat and found the building housing the society. Pedro is the last bit of Bukowski LA left.

Wanda said...

Oh what a marvelous photo. I love this, and I don't ever remember seeing it.

Hilda said...

Wow. Can you walk all the way from the lighthouse to the shore?

Babzy said...

the two shots are beautiful !

brattcat said...

A pair of real beauties.

Linda said...

The lighthouse seems sufficient unto itself - no need for land nearby.

Petrea said...

I guess you already know what a great shot that is.