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Parking structures are to LA what rooftops are to NY.


When I’m not traveling and/or not coming up with editorial/conceptual/cinematic visual content for my blog, I always revert to minimal landscapes and the go-to, parking structures. At this point, I’ve lost count on how many I’ve shot in, but they’re my “safe space.” Every once in a while, you’ll run into an attendant or security guard that kicks you off the “private” property (even if you pay to park there), but chances are, they’re too busy or lazy to patrol the lot. Downtown LA has them on just about every corner, and the top level almost always has the best views of nearby landmarks. I would tell you where this one is, but I’d rather you try and guess.

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Los Angeles, CA | Photos by Justin Quebral

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