Drummond Ranch Sheepherding in Acton, Calif. is a home away from home for most city dogs accustomed to a life of leisure and very little physical activity.
The Grand Central Market has become the dining destination for foodies in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Much of its historic charm has remained untouched for decades, but over the past year or so, it has undergone a few new changes.
These sustainable dome-like structures, also known as superadobes, are the brainchild of Cal-Earth, the California Institute of Earth Architecture.
A group of "unauthorized horticulturists" come out at night with the hopes of transforming patches of neglected land into beautiful green gardens filled with rows of cacti, flowers, and plants.
Out in the middle of nowhere, you'll spot a collection of small, abandoned structures dispersed in an area known as the Morongo Basin, near Twentynine Palms in Wonder Valley.
Material culture has become a staple for Americans so it's no surprise that an abundance of toys, DVDs, and piles of unfinished laundry on the floor are enough to create clutter in an average middle-class home.
At first glance, they might look like mimes traveling along the LA River and Venice.
They look like they're from a different era, away from the world of urbanization.
Tour a 150-foot solar tower overlooking Los Angeles at Mount Wilson Observatory, a facility dedicated to the continued study of astronomy and solar observations.
For decades, the doors of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Compton, Calif., have remained closed. The empty building became marked with leaky roofs, electrical problems, and instances of vandalism and graffiti.
The Gold Rush may be over, but panning for gold is still very much alive in California.