Tag Archives: California

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Downtown Los Angeles Long Exposure

Sunday evening I got to revisit an old photo spot that I have been meaning to get to for some time now. The 4th street overpass is one of the more popular photo spots in downtown Los Angeles.

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Griffith Observatory at sunrise

This past Sunday the 12th of February I left the house early to hike up past the observatory in Griffith park to catch the sunrise. I left my apartment before 6am and headed to the park where I enjoyed a brisk 20 minute hike up the mountain, past the observatory and to a good photo spot behind.

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Graham Gilmore on Facebook

I’ve been updating my images and websites recently and have decided to move the facebook group for my work over to a fan page for my photography.

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Urb-Ex | Murphy’s Ranch

This Sunday I left the house early for some “Urban Exploration” and headed to Pacific Palisades out on the coast, to go looking for an abandoned Nazi complex.

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Mammoth Trip – June 2011

Recently I got the chance to take a trip up to Mammoth and the Eastern Sierra mountains for a few days.

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Mojave Desert Filming Locations

Recently I got the chance to drive out a little way into the Mojave desert and check out some old film sets that are still in existence out there.

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Venice and the Art Crawl

A big thank you to all who made it out to Santinos on Thursday as a part of the art crawl.

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Ventura Pier, CA

This weekend I got to spend an afternoon in Ventura down on the beach.

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Graham Gilmore at the Venice Art Crawl

If you’re attending the Venice Art Crawl on Thursday 17th of February you can see a selection of my images at Santinos on Pacific Avenue.

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Knapp’s Castle | Santa Barbara, CA

The day after Ellwood Pier we got to visit Knapp’s Castle which is in the mountains high above the city of Santa Barbara.

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