Whether you call it Wall Art, or Graffiti, the stretch of alley behind much of Melrose Avenue, in Los Angeles, has been transformed from plain walls and garage doors into an art gallery. Today, I walked a section of about 10 blocks, on the north side alley of Melrose, across from Fairfax High School, and grabbed a few shots. While there is a slight smell of wet paint, in some areas, there was no actual painting going on, so these are ‘mature’ works.
All images were captured with an Olympus OMD-EM5 and a Zuiko 17mm/2.8 lens set to aperture priority at f11. ISO and shutter speed varied, depending on whether the wall was in the sun or shade. The presence of a watermark, on the images, is only to lay claim to the photo, and, in no way, intends to claim the original work of art.