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Santa Monica Pier - Santa Monica, CA

Love Mouche Gallery - Beverly Hills - love them! Definite must visit for LA!!! so LA HOT! geometric hair retro black and white natural make up with winged liner cat eye never die

Los Angeles - Griffith Observatory

Gazing in the mirror contemplating yourself as the year begins? "Gazing in the Mirror Isn't Always Vain" by Kevin Michael Schmitz shot at Boardner's

@Mouchegallery Crucified for her sex appeal: Terry O'Neills photo was to provocative for 1970 - released 30 years later. When shooting the original Terry said: 'I wanted to symbolise the dilemma facing Welch as the female sex symbol of the decade - "crucified" for her sexuality by the movie industry and the wider public who did not take seriously as an actress. 'It was deemed too controversial for use at the time, and wasn't published until 30 years later on the cover of The Sunday Times Mag

Must go: Mouche Gallery in Beverly Hills next to @Taschen Michael Joseph and his famous photographs of The Rolling Stones, for their Beggars Banquet album at Swarkestone Hall Pavilion, in 1968. Though Joseph’s photographs are now considered “among the best ever” taken of The Stones, a dispute between the band and their record label saw a plain R.S.V.P. invitation card used for the cover, which was later replaced by the infamous photograph of a graffiti-covered toilet.

The Monolith of Grey Whale Cove #1, San Mateo County, California (by Patrick Smith)

"Parthenon and moon" by Nikos Pavlakis, via 500px. I miss Greece.

Place du Tertre recalls what Montmartre once was, a small village within the city of Paris. A bit touristie but some good artists painting there even in the winter