By the end of the shoot I had seen a theme as far as subcultures alive at different intersections and although every intersection had African American’s represented, none was a majority African American, and I really didn’t want to overlook this important part of Los Angeles. I scouted a few locations and settle on this one, Crenshaw and Martin Luther King, Jr Blvd. which is at the bottom of a hill that is home to “Baldwin HIls” or the “Black Beverly Hills”. Even so, some people told me I should be careful. It still makes me a little sad to this day, because actually, this was one of the friendliest, least “scary” intersections I shot. Just goes to show, most of the time, we don’t have a clue what we are talking about.