That goes on as far as the eye can see. How many people live there, and what are the living conditions like?
[Wiki List of World’s Busiest Seaport’s](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_world’s_busiest_container_ports) supports OP’s assertion that LA is United States busiest port. The Port of Los Angeles is the BUSIEST Port in North America. Edit: Upon further research, /u/sh0rtR0und is also correct on the grounds of [total tonnage the Port
Exactly. It’s a wind farm. I think this one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middelgrunden
Standin on the edge of the Hoover Dam I’m on the centerline right between two states of mind And if the wind from the traffic should blow me away
Probably a dumb question but did he design this himself then?
I could be wrong, but I think that’s why it’s called Laguna Beach instead of Laguna Laguna.
Speck of dust on the sensor/lens is killing me, but awesome photo otherwise
in this picture southie is the residential area just above the 9 o’clock. It’s the area surrounding the big red building with the two chimneys (a power plant)
It’s called a delta. From Wikipedia… > Deltas form from deposition of sediment carried by a river as the flow leaves its mouth. Over long periods, this deposition builds the characteristic geographic pattern of a river delta.
It’s crazy to think how close this is to sea level. If something happens too quickly there’s nowhere to run away.
You do know that the apartments inside the walls are really really expensive right? It’s quite funny, a soda costs half the price outside of the wall but as soon as you get in to the old city everything costs twice as much.
I’m just a person, but this seems like a little bit of bad engineering. With those loops on the bottom side, a length of road on the right lane bottom lane of the horizontal road will have twice as many cars as people try
Maybe the train is waiting for you to come back to the ground.
I always thought Orlando was the city of Lakes. I mean just look at how many more lakes it has, http://www.apjtours.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Orlando_downtown_olrando-FL.jpg.
The street trees were a part of the downtown plan of ’72. masterminded by Mayor Goldschmidt, they were kind of a response to the new shopping malls out in the suburbs. Instead of focusing on new developments, people rallied around making downtown a pleasant
To be honest WW2 stand out because of it’s enormous extend, but this fits to the post-WW2 stirring that is pretty much a continuation. The scenery has somewhat changed since then, but wars come and go very often, more often than we, who live
Magnificent! Also, I never realized how close the Dodger Stadium was to downtown LA. Always assumed it was much further up the hills.