Los Angeles skyscraper
displays unusual art
IMAGE NO. 1: These images are indescribable. Caption contest rules below the fold.All images © SGE, Inc.
HAVING BUSINESS to do at the Los Angeles office of the California Secretary of state in early May, I visited for the first time the Ronald Reagan’s State Office Building in downtown Los Angeles.
What a pleasant surprise.
It’s not at all what one would expect from the Department of the state Architect.
While I had a little trouble finding the main entrance – the one at the listed address of 300 S. Spring Street has been closed, a new one available a few doors down – the atrium is actually filled with beautiful works of art.
RISING FOUR OR FIVE stories tall, the enclosed courtyard, as you can see from the pictures, is unlike any state office building I have ever been in.
The 19-story highrise was completed in 1990.
You can see a terrific picture of the exterior here.
I’m not going to waste too many words on this post. Let the pictures speak for themselves.
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Competition rules below this image.
IMAGE NO. 2: Write your own caption in the comments below. Win a $10 Starbucks gift card.
IMAGE NO. 3: Write your own caption in the comments.
These images need no description. It is up to you to make your own determination of their meaning. Post your own caption in the comments. EACH CAPTION MUST REFER TO THE IMAGE NUMBER. The best captain posted before noon June 5, 2013 will get a $10 gift certificate to Starbuck The judges decision is final!,
IMAGE NO. 4:Write your own caption in the comments.
All images © SGE, Inc.
This post dedicated to Marty Trailer, friend, and photographer extraordinaire!