The Old Train Station in Los Angeles

Nikon 14-24mm Lens

If you never saw my Nikon 14-24 Review, now is a good time! I try to pop in there from time to time to add new photos. And yes, of course I post-process all my photos… so it’s not exactly lab conditions. But, that’s not how I roll, you know… at least you know what you’re gonna get ahead of time with my reviews! :)

Daily Photo – The Old Train Station in Los Angeles

Here’s another place I found thanks to sweet Stuck On Earth.

I think LA has a bunch of these places that are kinda secret – sort of hidden away and no one would ever find them. For example, I can’t think of a reason I would ever go into the train station in Los Angeles. Maybe if trains were a bit better in the US, then I would have occasioned them… anyway, I’m glad I found out about this place.

Tom and I went in here and had a fun time shooting. We were approached by security because of our tripods. We thought we were in heap-big-trouble, but it turns out they brought a form to sign right there on the spot. How convenient! :)

The Old Train Station in Los Angeles

The Old Train Station in Los Angeles

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  • ISO100
  • Focal Length14mm (14mm in 35mm)
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  • http://www.doubleconvex.com/ Debashis Talukdar

    You’ve got to hand it to the security folks there – that they brought you a form to sign, and didn’t harass you.
    Perhaps there is hope yet, as the organisations running public places become more and more aware that photography is well and truly the most popular hobby in the world.

  • susan ratcliff

    Wow – cool train station!! Love this photo!

  • Casper van Zyl

    Reminds me so much of Cape Town rail Station in the early days where you could dine with table napkin service.All your utensils were silver ,knives, forks ,spoons,tea pot, jug,and so forth. That is why royalty have blue blood its eating from silver utensils and thats why they live longer if not beheaded. Silver kills bacteria in the body.

  • Casper van Zyl

    Hi Susan,did you manage to see my novice blog. hehe!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1627961356 Wayne Frost

    Trey, if you want to find the iconic L.A. scenes, such as Union Station, you need to contact Neil Kremer: http://lightshedimagery.smugmug.com/Other/I-Love-LA/18533999_NMVTV4#!i=1728772148&k=NvXfkp5&lb=1&s=A

  • Trey Ratcliff

    THank you! :)

  • Trey Ratcliff

    good suggestion – thanks @facebook-1627961356:disqus :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/Doriesmom Gail Stayton Moshier

    Beautiful photo, Trey.Thanks so much for posting!!

  • http://www.themarkeworld.com/ Mark Esguerra

    Beautiful shot of one of my favorite spots Trey! And yes, they’re very tripod friendly. Once signing that form it’s almost as if security disappears completely. He he.

  • http://www.facebook.com/stephen.zacharias Stephen Zacharias

    Awesome looking place. Great to know that some places are indeed photographer/tripod friendly.

  • Renaud Viry

    Hi Trey, One more great picture,as on every single day !
    Just one question, is there any chance Stuck On Earth comes to Android one day ? I can’t find it on the website …

  • Russ Considine

    Trey: Cool shot! Russ

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com/ Luke Lakatosh (SIC Support)

    It’s still on the plate for sure. We’re working on it!

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thank y9ou ! :)

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