Outside of one of LA's most popular museums, these solar-powered lampposts have become a staple in the city's art scene. Whether you're visiting during the day or at night, it's the perfect location to play with symmetry, reflection and light as you capture the 202 cast-iron street lamps.
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How to get there
N34° 03' 46.7136"W118° 21' 33.2208"
This image was taken at the "Urban Light" lampposts outside of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). To get to this location, I recommend taking a car. You can either park along Wilshire Blvd or you can park in the LACMA Parking Garage, which is just north of the lampposts.
Once you get to the installation, reference the GPS coordinates to stand in the exact spot where I stood. You'll get a great perspective from there, since it's in the middle of the installation with all of the lampposts surrounding you.
Public Art "Urban Light", 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036
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