We dont see an end

Los angeles by Michael Görmann city LA california hollywood USA unites states architecture urban neighbourhood aerial photography of los angeles dense street milliions population black and white monochrome photography

Los Angeles, photographed by Michael Görmann

13 comments

  1. I was in LA a couple of times. Glad I didn’t see this first . .I would’ve been even more intimidated! :)

  2. It’s a great shot and kinds of sum up why I dislike LA .

  3. LA is so compact and intact i never knew

  4. Nope!! Holy crap, it’s flippin’ endless. And chockablock…. (did I spell that right)

  5. Perhaps it’s the flatness that makes it appear so ongoing… Wonder how Seattle (where I grew up) would look from this perspective, with all its water and mountains?

  6. Isn’t that the Pacific Ocean and the Palos Verdes Peninsula in the background? This must have been an unusually clear day, or it’s an older photo. When was this picture taken?

  7. Wow! I love this pic, impressive

  8. The original Urban Sprawl.

  9. Reblogged this on Gia On The Move… and commented:
    Sci-Fi to the max LA!

  10. Reblogged this on 115 journals and commented:
    But can you see where you are?

  11. Thank to michael Gormann to take a photo of Los Angels.This must have been a clear day. Impressive image, I like it so much.

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