Wednesday, December 2, 2009

arden boulevard + 6th street, hancock park

Wooded, sun-dappled Hancock Park lives in a paradox. It wants so badly to be a slice of English countryside nobility, yet its Tudor mansions are situated right alongside 50 mile-per-hour traffic. Putting its too-wide streets on a diet would bring the dream closer to reality, bunching foliage together to create a lovely arched treeway to mesmerize oneself with while gliding along at a whisper in a restored Jaguar convertible. Show it narrowed!
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