Photos by: Jerrick A.
(Vintage thrifted Dress, Vintage skirt, AA belt, Surface to Air wedges, 1451 spoon necklace)
Took a visit to Angel Knoll (the park where 500 days of summer was shot), I've never been there before and it was so breath taking. I can't believe I've never been there before. Actually I'm sure most Angelenos have never been before. There was also this trolly called Angel's flight railway that transports you up and down the knoll for 25 cents. The sad part is, is that it literally is a 20 second ride down. True fact not fiction, it is literally the smallest train track in the world.
"Angels Flight (or Angel's Flight) is a landmark funicular railway in the Bunker Hill district of Downtown Los Angeles, California.
The funicular has operated on two slightly different sites, using the same cars. The first Angels Flight operated from 1901 until it was closed in 1969 when its site was redeveloped. The second version opened nearby in 1996, and closed again in 2001 after a fatal accident. This second version began operating again on Monday, March 15, 2010 after being out of service for nine years.The cost of a one-way ride is currently 25 cents."
Well these photos were taken by my lovely brother. He is so young and I know he's going to be destined for great things. Please enjoy the photos and let him know what you think. :)