Friday, December 30, 2011

Photo-finish Friday: out and about

Here's another in the ongoing series, Murals of Los Angeles County. This celebration of diversity in a city with no ethnic majority can be found at Union Station where commuters (glimpsed at bottom of photo) connect between trains and the many bus and shuttle systems that serve the city.

Photo-finish Friday is the bright idea of Leah Utas over at The Goat's Lunch Pail.

Coming up: Budd Boeetticher, Commanche Station (1960)


  1. What a lovely celebration of humanity.

  2. No ethnic majority. The wave of the future, I'd say.

  3. Whew! It's becoming a Tower of Babel. Welcome to LA!

  4. I didn't realise that there was no one ethnic majority in Los Angeles. This is a stunning composition.

  5. I didn't realize there wasn't an ethnic majority either, but thinking about it it certainly makes sense.

    That's one of my favorite things about traveling to bigger cities is the ethnic diversity. It can get pretty vanilla around these parts.