Armed with my iPhone, I’ve been able to capture some photo-worthy images around Los Angeles that I thought I’d share. And now for your viewing pleasure:
There’s a story to this photo. We used to have a couch on our front porch. One morning last December, we discovered that the couch was missing. Lots of things get stolen in our neighborhood, so though we were sad at the disappearance, we got over it. Fast forward to two weeks ago, when I was walking down our street. I passed by our neighbors’ house, saw this couch in their yard, and thought to myself, “That’s odd. That couch looks EXACTLY like ours.” So I snapped a quick photo and showed it to Steve, who confirmed that it was definitely the same couch. We decided to ask the neighbors (a few male college students) who the couch belonged to. Their response was, “We have no idea.” So we said, “Well, we think it used to be ours. So can we have it back?” They were fine with that, and even helped us carry it to its original home on our front porch. I have no idea what really happened, but I’m glad that our couch is back.
At the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific, near the shark tanks. This guy seems to be so intrigued by the aquatic life that he forgot to put his pants on properly. Another guilty perpetrator of the Muffin Top Movement.
What strange things have you witnessed lately around your neighborhood?