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Friday, January 15, 2016

The NFL in L.A.: What Could've Been...

In this computer-generated art concept, fireworks fill the sky above the Los Angeles Football Stadium as a Super Bowl game is about to begin.
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With the Rams set to make a return to Los Angeles next season, just thought I'd share these images of the stadium that was once envisioned to be built in the City of Industry after the NFL decided to bring a team to the City of Angels once more. Even though the arena that's the brainchild of Edward P. Roski (who owns part of the Lakers and Los Angeles Kings) will no longer be constructed, this site will still be the home to a new shopping center that borders Industry and the city of Diamond Bar. At least I have another place to hang out at once this plaza opens for business (which still won't be for a few years)...though it would've been cool to watch a Super Bowl on TV, and one day knowing that the game was being played in a stadium located less than 6 miles from where I live. It's all good.

In this computer-generated art concept, fireworks fill the sky above the Los Angeles Football Stadium as a Super Bowl game comes to an end.
LosAngelesfootballstadium.com

In this computer-generated art concept, spotlights shine high above the Los Angeles Football Stadium during an NFL game.
LosAngelesfootballstadium.com

In this photograph that I took on 4/24/08, rush hour traffic begins to form on the 57 and 60 freeways.  Beyond them are the hills, nicknamed 'The Boonies', where the Los Angeles Football Stadium would be located if it was built.

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