Our latest #Photowalk travel photography adventure: the Los Angeles industrial port town of San Pedro, a fascinating section of the city that reveres its history, has a funky downtown (must see: post office that dates back to FDR) and some of the most photogenic spots I’ve come across since I started this Photowalk journey.

Photo highlights include the Vincent Thomas Bridge, Korean Bell, two lighthouses, Angel’s Gate and Point Fermin and a dynamic coastline that merges into the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

And then there’s the Port of Los Angeles, the largest on the West Coast, one responsible for processing 20% of all imports into the United States. Top products include furniture, auto parts and electronics.

My favorite moments: watching the sun rise over Long Beach from the parking lot of the Catalina Express terminal as I snapped images of the bridge, meeting the outgoing folks at the San Pedro Brewing Co. who all sat for interviews for the video and getting lost in awe at that old post office.  

Below, an extensive gallery of images from San Pedro, from morning to night. Enjoy and let me know your favorite!

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