If the sun has set, chances are you'll find Terry McLaughlin roaming the streets of Los Angeles. The street photographer is particularly keen on "night shooting" because of the rich colors that transpire after dark.
"My shooting partners and I are on a constant quest to capture the city from unique angles," McLaughlin says. "I just wanted to leave my digital footprint on the L.A. skyline."
This image was made atop the Vermont Towers in Koreatown with a Nikon D810 and a 28mm lens.
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