At sunset in the intersection of Telegraph Rd and Atlantic Blvd in East LA.
The smell of coffee got me out of bed this morning. My mind was racing with things I needed to do before I headed out, however the rush from the caffeine made it feel like 100 things. After several stops in Alhambra and San Fernando Valley I finally made it to the office in Santa Monica, it was 10am and the day was just starting.
For the next eight hours I went into auto mode, examining, imputing and looking at numbers. Double checking work, making sure all is correct. Some people think “auto mode” is great, being able to multi-task while at the same time mentally reviewing the other aspects of life. If you’ve ever sat in front of 20 TV sets, all showing different movies at the same time and following the stories of each, then you know how it feels.
Unfortunately life doesn’t turn off all the TV’s at once, that’s up to me.
However, this day was different. On my way home I drove by the intersection of Telegraph Rd and Atlantic Blvd in East LA, this sunset view instantly pulled the plug on 19 TV sets. Only one was left on, so I took a picture of it.