Wednesday, January 12, 2011

whittier narrows park


Just a few pictures from yesterday.


These were taken at Whittier Narrows Park. (The ducks were actually quite vicious!)


We arrived just as the sun was about to set.


I took most of these pictures on the sunset mode. When I switched it back to manual, I got this eerie bluish picture. I kind of like it..


This upcoming Monday is my 21st birthday! Abe and I plan to celebrate it by going to a museum (I'm still debating on which one!) and then going to my favorite sushi restaurant. Nothing too festive... that is not until next month... then it's Vegas time!

While I was doing my research on which museum I want to go to, I found out that most Los Angeles museums are always free or some open their doors to the public one day a month for free. I'll definitely be adding some museums to my "places to photograph" list!

& if you're in the Los Angeles area, check this guide out:


tasha said...

the sunset photos are absolute love. <3

Li + Belle said...

These are great photos. The last photo is brilliant with beautiful colors. Sweet ducks:).
Have a nice weekend!

*Simply Colette* said...

Oh I love the ducks! My dad was born in Whittier. I've never been there though :) thanks for stopping by!


Jazzy E (hivennn) said...

Super beautiful. x hivennn.

Amy Radcliffe said...

Your photography has come on leaps and bounds since I first started following. Well done :) x

Cassidy said...

What a beautiful place!

Kristen said...

hope you have a lovely bday : ) and yes, ducks are vicious! not as bad as geese though haha

Splendid Shutters said...

Wow. What gorgeous sunsets.

Nana said...

wow....beautiful photos! I love it<3

Estelle said...

You're turning 21? How exciting!! I was wondering Brenda, I wanted to do a little feature on my favourite blogs (yours being one) so would it be okay if I used one of your (amazing) photos? Let me know! x x x

Victoria said...

Wow amazing pics ! I'd be so scared around the ducks tho haha...

Vanessa said...

wow I loved these photos!