These are the famous LACMA street lights. I went there to experiment with camera movement photography. This is a 3-movement piece. Each movement was 0.5 seconds. Most of the street lamps came from the streets of Southern California, including Hollywood, Glendale, and Anaheim, with some from Portland, Oregon. Among the 17 styles represented are the Outpost, Hollywood and Pacific Twin. The largest, most ornate, called Rose Poles, were from downtown Los Angeles; a few can still be seen at the corner of Broadway and Sixth.

- Darrin VanGorder