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Nobody Expects LA

In the latest Believer, writer Lawrence Weschler talks with photographer Michael Light about making his book LA Day/LA Night, which is pretty much what it sounds like. Light reveals: "One of the things I learned after doing the night work was that whatever one might think about L.A., it is actually something else. It’s far more than one’s cheap and hackneyed preconceptions. It shifts constantly. Color work on an overcast day; the difference in seasons; puffy Hudson River School clouds in between spring rainstorms versus late-fall harshness—it’s startling." [Believer, via The Dish]