I’m thankful to live in Los Angeles

On Thanksgiving, I spent the day visiting all of the places in LA that I’m thankful for…from Malibu for sunrise to the Rainbow for a nightcap!

The more I live, the more I appreciate how lucky I am.  I had a truly wonderful upbringing in a small New England town.  When the holidays rolled around, our family gatherings were full of love and laughter- no drama or fighting.  Special thanks to my family for giving me the foundation that has enabled me to see the positive first, and for instilling a child like wonder that I have somehow managed to hang onto.  Now that I’ve made Los Angeles my home,  I decided to spend this Thanksgiving stopping at all of the places that make this city so special to me.

I’ll let the photos speak for my day, but it went like this: Sunrise on the PCH in Malibu, walk on Zuma Beach, Santa Monica pier, the Grove, Canter’s, Elvis Presley’s star, hike in Runyon Canyon…headed home to grab the vegan meal I’d picked up at Doomie’s restaurant the night before, checked into room #32 of the Alta Cienega motel (Jim Morrison’s sometimes home between 1968-1970) where I listened to the Doors and ate my meal.  Finally off to the Rainbow to meet some friends for a cocktail.  It was an awesome day filled with all the things I love.  I’m grateful for my health, family, friends and this wonderful city!

Many more photos from my Thanksgiving adventure HERE

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About Christy Borgman

Professional photographer specializing in rock 'n roll and live concert/event photography. Visually expressing powerful music is my passion.
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