For this week's Life in Loud I woke up early on a Saturday morning to explore a part of my sleepy little beach town that few ever see.
Do you know where art resides in your town? I thought I did. I could send you to all the art galleries. But what I didn't know was the amount of amazing art and a living, breathing culture of artists that existed literally below my feet. This past Saturday I had the great pleasure of experiencing the street-art of graffiti that lives hidden from sight, on the giant blank canvas of freeway overpass supports nestled in a ravine once inhabited by native Americans.
And after you are done viewing the Hidden Trestles adventure pop over to my Life in Loud colleague, friend and all-around amazing photographer, Suzie Ziemke.
|Trestles is a world-famous surf spot. |
This Saturday morning cars lined both sides of the street next to the trail heading down to Trestles.
Surfers took the long walk or skate down to the waves.
|The 5 Freeway connects northern and southern California. We will be traveling below to discover Hidden Trestles.|
|Words to Remember|
|At one point we happened upon some "artists-at-work." They didn't move. They didn't say a word.|
I know they were probably wondering how a bunch of tourists found their way into their underground studio.
|Every surface is a canvas.|
|Artists were here.|
|We saw a rabbit|
|We emerged from the gallery below to Saturday surfers.|
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