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Precious moments in Alhambra, where diversity defines a city

This week the Alhambra Source introduces a new feature: [email protected] These are portraits of the City of Alhambra and the people who go about their lives here.

Javier Gutierrez takes photos under the banner of Street Vision L.A. The photo was taken at Garfield Boulevard and Main Street on Sunday, September 11, 2011.The photo: "I saw a playful interaction between two little girls, oblivious to all that was around them, just being little girls and making friends. There is such a pure and fun quality to the moment."The photographer: "I'm a street photographer. I enjoy people pictures that reflect the diversity of L.A. and surrounding communities and look for the extraordinary in people living their everyday lives."Javier G was using a Nikon D7000.

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1 thought on “Precious moments in Alhambra, where diversity defines a city”

  1. Want a story about a Seco Palm that was stolen from the front of our office on main street on Sunday, September 25th at 9 am by a man and woman in an SUV caught on camera????

    Sadly, in an attempt to “beautify” the neighborhood, our $300 plan got stolen by a couple.

    Just another Alhambra story?

    Roz Collier

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